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Travel: Kotor, Montenegro

An unsung hero, and one of the most beautiful places I have visited is how I described Kotor to a friend recently. I feel it is about time I write a post which is not about Birmingham, and instead about travel. 301 more words


House V2 by 3LHD

Architects : 3LHD & Ecoing

Location : Lozica, Dubrovnik, Croatia

Proyect Team : Sasa Begovic, Marko Dabrovic, Tatjana Grozdanic Begovic, Silvije Novak, Romana Ilic, Marin Mikelic, Ivana Dabrovic / Ecoing d.o.o., Kristina Vidic / Ecoing d.o.o. 858 more words


Sunset over the Adriatic

Photographed in 1966 by Anthony Sargeant while on holiday in what was then still Yugoslavia. A wonderful summer with his then partner Gill – fabulous weather for six whole weeks driving down through Europe in an Austin A35 van.

Anthony Sargeant


The journey from Dubrovnik into Montenegro was breathtaking, with massive mountains, rugged and appearing recently hewn, plunging directly into the sea. I drove around the Bay of Kotor with the sunset, rather than taking the Kamenari – Lepetane ferry. 366 more words



One of the more satisfying aspects of my transitional photographic road trip is not knowing where I am going more than a day or two in advance, but I had always intended to return to Dubrovnik. 434 more words



My drive from Ljubljana to Zadar took me along the eastern side of the Velebit mountain range, a region of stunning natural beauty. The mountains separate Lika in the interior from the Adriatic coast and I was amazed by the transition from snowy wooded slopes to near desert as I emerged from the Svet Rok Tunnel. 353 more words