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South Kučaj – An Unforgettable Mountain

In the east of Serbia, there is a huge forested area. Mountain Kučaj is 40 km long and almost entirely covered with rich forests of lush maple and ash. The southern part of this mountain, Southern Kučaj, is one of the most beautiful mountain ranges in the whole of Serbia. Although relatively modest in height, with the highest peak of only 1,284 meters, rich in waters and with a moderate climate, this area is considered…

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Posted in How Is It Made Iceland mountains Photo Stories Travel Blog waterfall

Mount Kirkjufell and Kirkjufellsfoss, Iceland

How did one plain waterfall and one modest mountain become a symbol of Iceland and one of the 10 most photographed scenes in the world? The answer is difficult to give even when you are on the spot. The scene is just … fascinating.

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Passo del Bernina
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Passo del Bernina

The Bernina Pass (Passo del Bernina) is 2300 meters high pass that connects two beautiful Swiss valleys filled with hiking and biking trails. This is a story about one of them.

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Nussensee, Austria
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Nussensee, dreamy Austrian lake

Nussensee is a small Alpine lake in upper Austria. Beautiful, dreamy, almost mystical. With its modest 10 acres, it is one of the smallest lakes to visit this region. It’s almost impossible to find it on the map unless you know exactly where to look for it. How did I find it? By accident and pure luck, as usual. One of the most beautiful parts of Austria is located in the west of the country….

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Grafarkirkja, The oldest church in Iceland

Today we are going to a very attractive place to visit a very impressive building. In front of you is not a shepherd’s hut, a house overgrown in the grass, or a tool shed. Although … in its long history, this house was all that. Still, in front of you is the oldest Christian church in the whole of Iceland. Built at the end of the 17th century, it is specific in many ways. This…

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Small Town below the Mountain

High resolution panorama of Hallstatt and story about how this photo is made.

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Lake Hallstatt: Gem of the true Beauty

Named after the historic town, Lake Hallstatt hides authentic attractions: numerous hiking trails, amazing bike routes, numerous waterfalls, salt mines, ice caves and much, much more.

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Mountain Golija in Autumn
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Fireworks of Autumn colors

I first visited Golija, the mountain in southwestern Serbia, many years ago. I remember it as it happened today – I was reading texts and travel books on one bike tour site. Among the many offers for all the possible bike tours that you may imagine, one caught my eye in particular. The title sounded bombastic as if it were created up by some marketing specialist: “Fireworks of autumn colors!”. Here, Golija was advertised as…

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The S Road

This photo is part of my portfolio and one of my favorite photos. It is taken is in a rather unusual place: in the hatch of geothermal hell in Iceland. Iceland is a geothermally very active place. One of the sites that shows this activity in the best way is Hverir, an area in the northeast of the country. Hverir is one of the most out-of-this-world sites I ever visited. It is a place where…

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Welcome to my Photography World

After much thought and a thousand and one reasons for and against, I finally decided that the time was right to create my own website. Over the years I have used many platforms from Facebook through Blogger and WordPress.Org to platforms you probably have never heard of such as SteemIt and Sola. What I have in common with these platforms is that I was very limited in their capabilities and in the end I lost…

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