If you think that you have seen this image before, you are right. I have posted it once for “After and Before” challenge. This time I would like to show a variation of the same scene. In the first photo I placed a tripod on a small bridge facing the rocks to be able to do a long exposure. There wasn’t much room to maneuver especially with passing visitors.

In the second one however, I placed the camera on the fence of the bridge which allowed me to frame my shot better. This is the frame that I prefer. I did not stop there I edited it a bit differently too, by giving it a fresher look. I hope that this time people will be actually able to see the faces on the rocks ūüėÄ


jupiter najnajnoviji


Take your time posting for this challenge. I will look at the entries early next week. 

P.S. I posted two different frames of the same scene here to show the difference and to show how sometimes a compromise of using a fence or other stable surface can come handy instead of a tripod that requires some room. It was not by any means an invitation to criticize my photos. I know that people that do it are not photo experts, but this is my blog, I keep it as a source of relaxation for myself and not for others to annoy me.


It is the last day of February which means it is time for my monthly recap: 


and a smaller Black & White gallery:


Monday in Colours


I got tired of my black and white scheme, though many of you have recognised it as my MUST from now on :D. So today I have decided to put some colour back to my pa

       Something old, something new

     Something borrowed, something blue 

     And a silver sixpence in her shoe.

Something old ‚Äď the old chapel

Something new ‚Äď a new place for me

Something blue ‚Äď the SKY

And as for the borrowed thing .. I borrowed my friends’ brain as to editing it ūüėČ

The only thing that is missing is a silver sixpence – :S




I have been waiting for the right moment to post photos of my new favourite lake, which is Lago di Landro in the Dolomites. This Sunday Post theme is “Splendid” [Latin splendidus, from splendńďre, to shine.], as in splendor of the mountains reaching high above the Alpine lake, glistening in the sun, magnificent and imposing, asking to be visited and explored … ¬†place to get lost in, and find oneself…



Weekly Photo Challenge: BLUE

I might have¬†got carried away here by posting¬†several¬†photos, all taken in the Alps that seems my favourite place to be… up in the air, closer to the skies one gets a different perspective on life. I don’t think these photos are something to be admired by photographic professionals, but they are my memories, and looking at them makes me smile.