Biogradska Gora is a 16 km² big forest in the mountainous region of Bjelasica between Tara and Lim rivers. One of the unique features of the park is its virgin forest with trees over five hundred years old. The most common tree is European Beech.
Empty Baščaršija in the morning Hope for winning ticket Famous restaurant Inat Kuća Baščaršija is historic and cultural centre of sarajevo Sebilj – wooden style fountain in the center of Baščaršija square built by Mehmed-pasha Kukavica in 1753. It’s hard to get empty place at famous ćevapbdžinica’s late afternoon Sarajevsko […]
Not far from Bosninan city Konjic in the Neretva valley there are three “holiday cottages”. No one knew that they were just a mask to enter the biggest atomic shelter in the former Yugoslavia. From all three wide tunnels lead to large shelter where 350 people could survive six months […]
Umoljani I thought that I’ll get to Lukomir with car from Umoljani but just above village there was snow on the road and I need to go back. Brda is another village nearby and there was snow too just above village and there I started 12,5km walk to Lukomir. Nice […]
Mostar has been most famous for beautiful historic Ottoman-style Old bridge, which spanned the Neretva river in the historic center of the city. It was originally built by the Turks in 1566, destroyed in November 1993 by Croatian army (HVO) and rebuilt in 2004. Named after the bridge keepers (mostari) […]
Bob Sled Track was built prior the XIV Winter Olympic Games in 1984 in Sarajevo. Length is 1.570 m and has 126 meters drop. It was then easily reachable from Sarajevo by the lift – Sarajevska Žičara. During the Sarajevo Siege the track was destroyed by Serb forces, used for […]
We had a loooot of fun and I came back with plenty nice pictures of us. Seljalandsfoss Vik Reynisdrangar Dryhólaey Sólheimasandur beach Svartifoss Cleaning ND filters On the way to Landmannalaugar Lava field above Landmannalaugar hut Below Brennisteinsalda “High waters” Jökulsárlón Papa smurf Dettifoss Mývatn lake Grjótagjá Goðafoss Hvítserkur Arnastapi, […]
Dramatic sky is always great in black & white