I made a quick visit today to Piran, Slovenia’s 1000-year-old seaside town, to say a brief goodbye. I’m leaving Slovenia tomorrow for the US and points well south for at least the next 12 months, and couldn’t part without a quick jaunt to the Adriatic coast, more specifically to Piran, which gave this blog its name and me to the world. 🙂
This was snapped on Kogoj street, deep inside the city’s network of narrow cobblestone streets. Some of the buildings in the town date back to the first half of the 15th century. Check out this post from 2012 that includes more on the town and my history with it –along with a couple dozen images.
Since returning from Morocco 13 days ago, the vast majority of my time has been occupied with organizing, packing and storing –and even minimizing the stuff that I’ve convinced myself belongs in my stash of worldly belongings. I’m happy to report that the latter’s becoming easier. For more on the latter, I strongly suggest you check out The Minimalists, and excellent website authored by Joshua Fields Millburn and Ryan Nicodemus who write about living a meaningful life with less stuff. Check it out.
For the record, today’s Pic du Jour, the 266th straight, was snapped on 05-Oct-2014. Please click on the image to see the full uncropped version.