Ljubljana Street Crawl Project – Day 9

Koseze Pond, LjubljanaThis is Koseze pond near the western edge of Ljubljana, my favorite shot from the penultimate day of the Street Crawl Daily project [intro here]. It’s among my favorite parts of the city near where town meets country on one side and its sprawling Tivoli-Rožnik Hill–Šiška Hill Regional Park on the other.

Today’s daily dozen is different from the project’s previous albums, focusing mostly on Rožnik park and recreation. Several were taken along the Path of Remembrance and Comradeship, a 33km long recreational loop trail around Ljubljana which marks where a barbed wire fence, erected by occupying Fascist Italian forces, stood for 1,170 days during World War II.

Below, a dog and his owner on the recreational path, below that a downed tree in Roznik Park, and below that a link to the entire album.

Biting dog, near Koseze Pond Ljubljana

Happy tree trunk, Roznik Park, Ljubljanaspacer-35high



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  1. I’ll soon be visiting Slovenia, so photographs like these only add timber to the flames of my curiosity. The picture of the dog was hilarious, but I love the atmosphere you capture. It tells a thousand words about the place.

  2. I love your Street Crawl Project and the way you’ve displayed your pictures above reminds me of a 3-picture story, a photography concept, which I talked about in one of my posts. That tree stump is my first smile of the day! 🙂

  3. Great place. I’ve never been to Lubljana but I always wanted after my friend told me about his road trip around Slovenia. Looks like country and city worth visiting!

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