"Where does the rainbow end, in your soul or on the horizon?” ― Pablo Neruda, The Book of Questions From pijaca stari djeram. This is my contribution to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.
пијаца стари Дјерам
“To get everything you want is not a good thing. Disease makes health seem sweet. Hunger leads to the appreciation of being full-fed. Tiredness creates the enjoyment of resting” ― Heraclitus
faces of kalenić
“I think there's just one kind of folks. Folks.” ― Harper Lee, To Kill a Mockingbird Images captured with Olympus OM10 and 100 ASA black and white film.
Sunday afternoon. Stretching out forever. Past blends with the present. Pleasure in simple things. Fragrance of ripening fruit. Flowers just past their best. Wasps. Wishes. Images captured with Olympus OM10 and 100 ASA black and white film.
otvoreni trzni centar II
It's the people that make belgradestreets special. Here's an extra post featuring some of the people working, shopping, living and loving at otvoreni trzni centar.
otvoreni trzni centar
Everything but the kitchen sink. At the flea market, that phrase does not apply. It seems you can buy pretty much anything at the otvoreni trzni centar, including the kitchen sink.
Spring at last! Last of three posts from the green market at Blok 44. I'll let these images speak for themselves about the joys of shopping in the green markets on belgradestreets. Have a great weekend!
Time does not stand still in the markets on belgradestreets. People stand, eat, deal, arrange, serve, measure. Stare. Visit. You will never want to visit a modern supermarket again. Anywhere.
đorđe jovanović (1861 - 1953) a Serbian sculptor, born in Novi Sad, died in Belgrade, much of his work is found on belgradestreets the street which bears his name is hidden behind the glorious green market, Бајлонијева пијаца, the subject of one of my earliest posts way back in October 2011 I pass that market … Continue reading đorđe jovanovića
Kalenić pijaca is one of Belgrade's wonderful green markets. Situated at the end of Njegoševa, surrounded by cafes and restaurants, kafanas. Just about anything you may wish to buy is on offer here. Although the first thing that caught my eye was a display of bags for vacuüm cleaners. Small shops, groceries, bakeries, fishmongers and … Continue reading kalenić pijaca