The town.

Wow, six days, eh? Can’t help it: warm waters are finally here and my mermaid’s tail grew back again. I can’t take my camera to the sea as cameras don’t like salty waters.

Anyway, inspired by a Balkan expedition, run by a Russian blogger, I wanted to show you the town I live in.

Here we go.

The women at the end of the street are sitting on tiny stools. They are shop assistants who had no clients at that moment, so they were drinking coffee outside. As soon as I master the skill of photographing random people on the street, you’ll be able to take a closer look.
a view of a Montenegrin street with shop lines

Trying to master the mentioned skill.
a view of a street with people sitting near the shops

The sign says “Moscow”. I think it’s a rather unappealing name, as many tourists come here to forget the place even exists.
a view of a cafe called Moscow in Bar Montenegro

Here’s the beginning of my favorite street.
a photo of a sunny street in Montenegro

Here you can see why it’s my favorite one.
a photo of a street full of green plants

tall palm trees growing along the road shot in sunset light

These things are purple when blossom, and have the scent so strong and sweet that it makes you feel drunk when it gathers in clouds under your ceiling.
tiles with strange fruits

How many trees can you see here?
a building surrounded by and covered in plants

Classic.
a photo of a palm tree surrounded by flowers

Sincerely Yours,
a photo of a photographer's reflection

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15 Responses to The town.

  1. animalartist says:

    It’s so clean! Photos are a wonderful tour. Is that you reflected in the glass?

  2. Lovely place! I love the sidewalks/pavements, the pattern of the bricks. And I know what those flowers in the next to last picture are! My lovely lantana! It’s a weed in the American south, but you have to buy it here 🙂 I have five I grew from seed last year – so fun to think you have it too! Thank you for the mini-tour, hope for more of them!

  3. Shutterbug Sage says:

    Amazing shots, every one!

  4. lahgitana says:

    So nice to see you, Alexandra! And I agree with Spiders about the lovely pavement patterns!

  5. Dianda says:

    Waah, what a lovely place! So much prettier than where I live! You look cute! And short! But maybe it’s me? 🙂

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