Great piece from Guy de Launey on the BBC. Brutality concrete of old Yugoslavia inspires new generation. Want to know more about the life on the streets of Belgrade? Why not check out more of the great content here on belgradestreets or ask for the book in your local bookstore or from Komshe Publishing?
(Photos courtesy of Ivan Kovanović from Komshe) Thank you to all at Komshe and Klub Dvoristance for organising a wonderful evening at such a cool venue along the banks of the Sava in Savamala last Thursday evening. And thank you to HMA Denis Keefe, Mrs Kate Keefe and Mrs Tracy Gallagher from the British Embassy … Continue reading belgradestreets at klub dvoristance
For more details click visit Klub Dvoristance on Facebook Thank you all my good friends at Komshe for organising this! Copies of belgradestreets can be obtained in bookstores and online from Komshe, for other outlets a further details can be found here.
This week's WordPress Photo Challenge was to imagine the cover of a favourite book, album or magazine. In a curious twist of fate, this coincided with a new edition of my book going on sale in bookshops across Belgrade, so please forgive this unashamed plug for my work... I never imagined this would be possible … Continue reading cover art
belgradestreets red, blue and white details that captured my soul, my heart the hue and cry This is my response to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.
A new angle. A new view. Collaboration. Images captured by my friend, Dimitrije. With a little "tweaking" from me. Long live belgradestreets! Keep the torch burning long, bright and strong. Never say never.
"I have studied many philosophers and many cats. The wisdom of cats is infinitely superior." - Hippolyte Taine This is my response to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.
dreaming spires don't you want me? pump it up x marks the spot longing helping
belgradestreets where else love, hope, fear, despair, cold, heat where the streets have two names the people welcome feel the love feel the hope embrace the future hope belgradestreets
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.