This photo was the first I posted to Instagram, way back in the fall of 2011. It reminds me of the first walk I took on belgradestreets. Walking in the snow and ice from the Hotel Mr President opposite the bus station, past the railway station and then up the slope of Nemanjina. Little did … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Silhouette
"What need'st thou such weak witness of thy name?” ― John Milton This is my response to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.
“One never reaches home,' she said. 'But where paths that have an affinity for each other intersect, the whole world looks like home, for a time.” ― Hermann Hesse life begins here bagged well heeled bricked up changed contained
“In the space between yes and no, there's a lifetime. It's the difference between the path you walk and the one you leave behind; it's the gap between who you thought you could be and who you really are; its the legroom for the lies you'll tell yourself in the future.” ― Jodi Picoult, Change … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Between
It was cold, very cold. He was late, as always. He had forgotten again. It was always like that these days. He never meant to, but somehow he always did. His thoughts were interrupted by the harsh beeping of his phone. He looked down at the screen. It was as he expected.
A big thank you to the guys who run the Bookshop at the Museum of Modern Art in Ljubjana and Dimitrije at Komshe Travel Guides in Belgrade.
With the help of my friends at Komshe all royalties from sales of my book belgradestreets will now be donated to the fund to help victims of the tragic floods in Serbia. The heroes of this time are the people of Serbia who have come together with their neighbours to help those who are suffering. … Continue reading thank you Komshe and all who have purchased the belgradestreets book
It is hard, perhaps insulting, to write about tragedy from a distance. Words are of no help to those who are struggling on a daily basis with the simple business of staying alive. People without power, without water to drink. People without homes, their lives torn asunder by the elements. This post is a tribute … Continue reading поплаве
“It is spring again. The earth is like a child that knows poems by heart.” ― Rainer Maria Rilke This is my response to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.
The most dramatic part of Kosančićev Venac could be easy to dismiss as an insignificant long demolished building in a plot left in disuse. But this is Belgrade. So it is not. An overgrown hole in the ground surrounded by fencing and marked by two large posters in Serbian and English marks the spot of … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument (Sunday, 6 April 1041)