Weekly Photo Challenge: Split-Second Story

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.

thank you Komshe and all who have purchased the belgradestreets book

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

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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

Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move

“The Guide says there is an art to flying", said Ford, "or rather a knack. The knack lies in learning how to throw yourself at the ground and miss.” ― Douglas Adams, Life, the Universe and Everything This is my response to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress. A collaborative … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: On the Move

Weekly Photo Challenge: Monument (Sunday, 6 April 1041)

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)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Threshold

“The real hero is always a hero by mistake; he dreams of being an honest coward like everybody else.” ― Umberto Eco This is my response to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Street Life

"There's this store where the creatures meet I wonder what they do in there" - The Doors This is my response to the latest Weekly Photo Challenge from The Daily Post at WordPress.

Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

"Reflection is not the evil; but a reflective condition and the deadlock which it involves, by transforming the capacity for action into a means of escape from action, is both corrupt and dangerous, and leads in the end to a retrograde movement." ― Søren Kierkegaard, The Present Age This is my response to the latest … Continue reading Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections