The mornings in the mountains are magical. The scents of pine trees, the sound of streams, and the song of forest birds complete the view of the high mountain peaks painted with the most beautiful colors of the morning. I can’t imagine a better start of the day.
Aosta is a beautiful Italian town on the crossroads of roads leading to the alpine passages of Little and Great Saint Bernard and the Mont Blanc tunnel near the highest mountain peaks in Europe: Mont Blanc, Matterhorn, and Monte Roza.
Hallstatt, a small village located on the shores of a beautiful lake at the foot of Dachstein Mountain is one of the most beautiful places in Austria and Europe.
Livigno, a town in the northernmost part of the Italian province of Lombardy, almost on the very border with Switzerland, has a lot to offer. I will dare to say – it is the best of Italy I’ve seen so far.
Lisbon, the capital and largest city of Portugal is one of the most charming, charismatic and beautiful cities in Europe. At every turn, Lisbon shows you how the symbiosis of a modern city and tradition can be achieved.
Continuing the story of urban photography is a completely unintentional story of yet another bridge. After the Liberty Bridge in Budapest, a local bridge came into the focus – the Belgrade Ada Bridge.
Budapest’s third oldest and shortest bridge bears the flattering name of Liberty Bridge. Photographing it is a fine example of how challenging the cityscape can be. And how rewarding a good point of view is.
Mountain… unlimited source of inspiration, beauty, surprises. And from time to time, Nature decides that I am ready for a new lesson. This story is about one: Meeting Swiss Morteratsch Glacier face to face.
I’ve spent most of my childhood near Smederevo Fortress. I grow up in the fields of this fort, I climbed its rocky towers, peeked into the closed and forbidden chambers beneath its walls. I sat countless times on its fortifications staring at the Danube. The Smederevo Fort will always be a place to come back to and the huge portion of my youth.