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Last Sunday 20 May was World Bee Day, celebrated globally for the first time after the UN General Assembly adopted a resolution in December 2017 to mark the holiday, one first proposed by Slovenia. From the UN Food and Agriculture (UNFAO) website: Observing World Bee Day on 20 May each year will draw attention to… Continue reading Five Photos of Slovenian Beehives
My 24 most memorable mobile snaps of the month gone by.
Established in 1948, widely considered one of the leading puppet theatres in Europe. At night, it’s invitingly creepy.
A notebook and image gallery from a 25km bike ride around one of the world’s largest “disappearing” lakes – after a dozen straight days of rain.
Just about everything you need to know about Slovenia’s mountaineering museum located just beyond the shadow of the country’s tallest mountain.
And a brief introduction to Alma Karlin, Slovenia’s most renowned female traveler of the early years of the 20th century.
It’s survived phylloxera, two world wars, countless occupations and invasions, Napoleon, the Ottomans and allied bombing raids.
With dandelions taking temporary command.
A lonely footbridge at Ljubljana Moors Regional Park, Slovenia, snapped the same day I was trying to chase wildlife in Europe’s southernmost wetland. ~~ For the record, today’s Pic du Jour, the site’s 1,145th straight, was snapped on 17 February 2017. Share!
A visit to one of Europe’s largest intermittent lakes.
Hanging out with Great White Egrets and a herd of Roe Deer.
Considering social networks’ representations of war.
Today is World Wetlands Day.
Ljubljana Photo Walk I.
A different take on Slovenia’s ‘I Feel Love’ theme. Sixteen images.
19 photos from the snowy center of Slovenia’s capital.
Ski season is officially underway. 🙂
Just opposite of my father’s boyhood home.
They even looked both ways before crossing.