Four weeks ago, I set off on a road trip across Europe.
The night before I left, I enjoyed one of my favourite meals, mešano meso, šopska salata and a chilled local beer (or was it two?).
I chose to sit at one of the tables in the street outside the ? kafana, also one of my favourites.
My meal over, I took a short stroll along sime markoviča.
A street that lies at the heart of belgradestreets.
One that simmers with history on a sizzling summer evening.
A cathedral, a home fit for a princess, the seat of a religion, a restaurant that reflects the royal history of the street.
My own ‘hitchcock’ moment…
All within minutes of the centre of town, the fresh air and river views from Kalemegdan, and the vibrant life along the Sava that lies below.
Soon, I will return to belgradestreets, to see my book published, to share more images, to celebrate one year of documenting a city that captured my heart.
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4 thoughts on “sime markovića”
More choice images from Belgradestreets…….. I always enjoy them………. and one whole year coming up……… just brilliant Andy.
John, thank you so much, really appreciated! Looking forward to being home and finding a subject to mark that first year! Andy
That last photo is my fave!! Great series altogether 🙂
Thanks Marina, I liked that one too, there was something very calming about that scene. Andy