Mihai Doarna lives in Bucharest, the capital city of Romania. His passion for photography started in 2008, being attracted to the technical side of digital cameras. His engineer skills helped him to master exposure, understand depth of field and handle my camera with ease from the very beginning.
His primary interest is in landscape and travel photography. He is an addicted mountaineer and loves exploring remote places. It didn’t take a long time for him to discover that traveling, hiking and photography makes him happy.
There’s more to Transylvania than Dracula, fairy-tale castles and medieval cities. For Mihai Doarna it is a land of myth with breathtaking scenery, picturesque villages, virgin forests and well-preserved fortified churches. It’s like stepping back in time to a place where traditions are kept from generation to generation and where man and nature coexist. It’s a timeless place.
In his movie Timeless Transylvania it took 12 days in an October month while visiting the following locations: Trascău Mountains (in the Apuseni Mountain range), Târnava and Hârtibaci Plateau (inside Sighişoara-Sibiu-Braşov triangle) and Moieciu. We were very lucky to catch the morning mist in Biertan, Viscri and Aries Valley.