By andy townend
March 10, 2013
Lightning crackled in the sky.
Thunder rolled across the corrugated roofing.
Rain streamed down the tramlines.
Oncoming lights pierced the gathering gloom.
“Don’t let me down” he said…
This is my response to the “Phoneography challenge: My neighbourhood” from The Daily Post at WordPress.
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Great photo. Is it Bajloni’s market in the background? And the man is wearing hat and overcoat? Time traveler maybe?
Thank you! Yes it’s the market….the man, I feel he may be connected with an earlier post perhaps https://belgradestreets.com/2013/02/07/daily-prompt-choose-your-adventure/ ….only time may tell…. 😉
Love the classic street photography with your poetry. Very beat!
Here’s my digs http://blogagaini.wordpress.com/2013/03/09/phoneography-challenge-my-neighborhood/
Thank you, glad you liked it!
This image holds many stories. With the exception of the car, it really has a timeless air about it.
Thank you, sometimes the best images are the unplanned, grabbed when the opportunity arises…
I couldn’t agree more!
On a side note, we’re considering heading to Belgrade in the coming weeks, but after having spent a few weeks on the Croatian coast, we’ve been spoiled by the warmer temps. 🙂 What’s it like there this time of year?
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The weather is very strange at the moment, a week ago it was 20 C, shirt sleeve weather and looked like Spring had arrived, today it is around freezing, snowing and looks set to stay that way for the next week. Last year we hit 30 C in mid April… So, will pay to check closer to your visit, having said that Belgrade is a great place to visit regardless of the weather! Hope you have a great trip! Andy
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