These are pictures of my favorite places around where we live now.
We set off at noon. The day was so warm and beautiful. You could literally get drunk of that sweet heady atmosphere.
My boyfriend’s made this picture of me.
He calls it “Petra worshiping the Tree”.
Well, although it is partially true, I was mostly giving in to my “macro mania”.
… and the result.
I love it!
I’ve found this on a Sweet briar tree. I wonder what that is… . Ideas?
If it weren’t for this town there wouldn’t be me. Do you wonder why?
Well, my parents got to know each other there.
There’s no wonder I love it so much.
And on the top of that it is a truly fairytale town, one that time stands still in, these buildings are really old, no modern architecture has been allowed since long time ago, only reconstructions may take place.
One of the UNESCO Heritage towns.
Another sneak peek …
Another impressive place for me. This is a gate of the high school that my Dad used to attend.
And those were wild years, I am telling you!
(Those birds seem to be puking, right?)
Such a lovely flower, isn’t it?
It was standing there alone, no other flowers around. It looks just gorgeous against the blue sky.
The King of the Hill.
This sight evokes freedom in my mind… .
Such a wide free space.
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Fantastic photos -what country is this?
Beautiful -Closest I’ve been to Slovakia is Slovenia, Poland and Lithuania but these pictures reminded me more of the Belgain mountains or the Black Forest.
So you’ve been pretty close, especially when in Poland…
I visited Gdansk. My sister married a Czech (1st generation Aussie) so I’d love to visit Czech, and Slovakia some day -he has family there too!
Oh, great, there are a lot of nice things to see over here â€“ Slovakia has wonderful natureâ€¦ and Prague is gorgeous (in the Czech Republic)â€¦ and Vienna is so near and AMAZING- so full of history!
Amazing photos! And since we’re almost neighbours (I’m Serbian), now I really have the incentive to visit this beautiful country 🙂 Btw, I just stumbled across your blog today and I love it! There’s a whole bunch of recipes I’m planning to try 😉