My name is Reka, I was born in Hungary in the ’70’s. It is a historical hungarian name, means river or brook. In early 2007 I moved to Ireland from Hungary. Since I live here I travelled a lot, won a few floristry competitions, and have taken many -many outdoor and indoor photos. My blog is assigned to showcase a little bit of my life trough these photos. Because I’m not the best of wording my thoughts, you will read very little, I will let the pictures talk for themeselves:-). You will see pictures that I have taken for my pleasure, photos about my floristry creations, my friends, my surrounding, my trips, and my ideas…Really, mementos of my everyday life.
If you wondered where is the name coming from here it is: Pannonia is a Latin geographical name. Pannonia’s history goes as high back in the time as stone age. Pannonia is an ancient province of the Roman Empire bounded north and east by the river Danube, coterminus westward with Noricum and upper Italy, and southward with Dalmatia and upper Moesia. Pannonia was located over the territory of the present-day western half of Hungary with parts in Austria, Croatia, Serbia, Slovenia, Slovakia and Bosnia&Herzegovina. Back that time Hungary was fifteen times bigger than nowadays.