My 24 most memorable mobile snaps of the month gone by.
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!
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.
19 photos from the snowy center of Slovenia’s capital.
No, this isn’t a local celebration of Melania Trump’s impending ascension to a throne in The White House.
Light installation as cradle of life.
This week marked the five year anniversary since I quit smoking. Maybe it was last week, but no matter.
Here’s one way to ruin an otherwise sunny lunch hour. This was taken today on Trubarjeva street in the center of Ljubljana; Namaste is a Hindu greeting, a sign of welcome. Neo-Nazi scrawls like this one which appeared over the past day or two aren’t new to Slovenia’s capital, though there has been a marked… Continue reading Namaste, Ljubljana
At the City Art Museum Ljubljana through 13 November.
From the center of the city to the heart of the country in 20 minutes.
Scene, Heard & Happening in Ljubljana: Week of May 16-22, 2016
Your Dandy Dozen Ljubljana murals for the day. You’re welcome.
All things considered, among the cheapest modes of public transportation on the planet.
Here are a dozen shots from today’s rally of same-sex marriage and equal rights supporters in Ljubljana ahead of Sunday’s referendum in Slovenia that could overturn a marriage equality law approved by parliament last spring. If the “za”, or “yes” campaign triumphs, Slovenia will become the first Central European and post-Communist nation to enact full… Continue reading Marriage Equality Supporters Rally in Ljubljana on Eve of Referendum
A half dozen images and mini-guide to December festivities in the Slovenian capital.
More than 2,000 turned out to call for military de-escalation and a Europe without borders and wire fences.
About 300 gather in the Slovenian capital, joining demonstrations in more than 2,000 cities around the world.