I don’t post enough images from Piran, the seaside town on Slovenia’s tiny Adriatic coast that gives this blog its name, so here’s another. It’s just a simple net resting at the edge of the small port after a long Sunday in the sea...
Category - Slovenia
AKA the place where a 15th century knight was assassinated with a cannonball as he sat on his toilet.
(For Wordless Wednesday.)
Ignoring warning signs on trains.
Fall at Europe's largest intermittent lake.
A four minute stroll through the Slovenian capital.
Have you ever wondered what a person looks like after answering one too many election season robocalls?
One of Ljubljana's coolest doors.
Deep inside the maze of a millenium old Slovenian seaside town.
Three ports in three countries.
Near the village of Javorje in the Brkini hills of south western Slovenia.
Colorful skies over the Brkini Hills of south central Slovenia.
Has it become passé to complain about people texting when they shouldn’t be?
A 45-second exposure in a 1,000 year old town.
A protector of Ljubljana's Dragon Bridge.
Today’s Pic du Jour, the 219th (!!) straight, was actually taken today during a quick afternoon visit to the village of Pregarje, the geographic center of the Brkini hills of southwestern Slovenia, to give a cousin and her travel...
This is Ajdovska deklica, or the Heathen Maiden, whose forlorn visage hangs permanently on the sheer rock face of the 2,547m (8,356 ft) high Prisojnik, a mountain that forms part of the eastern wall of Slovenia’s Vršič pass. It’s a...
Today’s Pic du Jour, the 181st straight (!), was shot after hours this afternoon at Ljubljana’s Central Market where I still proudly rule as Mayor. On Foursquare, that is. I’ve curtailed my visits back from six per week lately but still...
On Friday I reported from Ljubljana’s War-Free Zone that I recently shot my second roll of film in two months –and the second in ten-plus years. Here are the highlights from the rest of the roll which turned out to be an impromptu...
Today’s Pics du Jour are the fourth selection for the 1 Day 1 World Project started by Lisa who blogs at Northwest Frame of Mind. The idea is to represent a ‘typical’ hour each week from where you happen to be until the 24-hour cycle...