The more I travel, the more often I realise how big is the influence that time of day can have on particular site. When I went to Moldova, one of the places that I wanted to see was Țaul, a village located in the northern part of the country. However, as I didn’t find any transport going there, the only reasonable way to reach this site was taking a night train to Tirnova, another village situated a few kilometres away. Having no other choice I did that and finally ended up waiting for the sunrise under one of the very few (if not the only one) streetlights in the settlement. No matter how weird it seemed to be at first sight, it really was worth to go to this place while it was still filled up with thick darkness. Just an hour of waiting, and early sungliht chased away the night covered the area around with the stunning shades of sunrise.
Ages could be spent describing the breathtaking colour of the sky, the soft layer of mist covering the ground or the beauty of the nature that had just woken up that morning. All in all, a few kilometres long road reminded a magic path crossing fairytale—so beautiful one, that I wouldn’t mind if it was endless. Instead of conclusion, a few sights from the wonderful morning on the way to Țaul.