26. maj 2013
17. april 2013
14. april 2013
It was such a beautiful and hot day, that I couldn't just sit at home and stare into my monitor...
Mesečev zaliv or the Moon bay on the picture above.
Located on the Slovenian coast (Strunjan) is a wild natural beach under the cliffs. Beautiful.
All the pictures were taken at the same place - Mesečev zaliv (Moon bay)
21. marec 2013
Today my plan was to take some photos of the Comet "Panstarrs" but I couldn't due to the weather (clouds). Instead, I got a beautiful opportunity and light to make some sunset shots.
05. marec 2013
Are you able to find the galaxy Andromeda (M31) on the picture?
It's very easy.
On the second picture you can find the constellation of Orion with it's nebula (M42), the red supergiant star Betelgeuse and the blue supergiant star Rigel.
The brightest object on the picture is not a star, but a planet. Jupiter. To it's right you can see blue stars called Pleiades or M45. To it's left and a bit down, there's a red giant star Aldebaran.
I took a walk on the beach of Strunjan with my camera on purpose, to take some shots of the sunset. The second picture was done few minutes after the sunset and as you can see, there's a big difference in colors, feelings and believe me, also in temperature of the air.
The church you can see on both pictures is a town - Piran, Slovenia.
04. marec 2013
27. februar 2013
This is my hometown.
Mainly visible only the old part of the town. Far across the sea lies Italy with it's Alps. In good weather conditions there is always such a beautiful view.
26. februar 2013
It was a cold December day in 2012...
Snow was everywhere and frozen wind blew. Because of it, this splendid piece of artwork was created.
25. februar 2013
I have collected this shell some years ago at the beach. It has this splendid colors and does always shine so beautifully.
Well infact, I enhanced colors a little bit :)
A seagull in my hometown riding the strong and cold wind called "Burja".
Burja: The changeable Bora can often be felt all over Dalmatia, Istria, the Slovenian Littoral, Trieste, and the rest of the Adriatic east coast. It blows in gusts. The Bora is most common during the winter. It blows hardest, as the meteorologist Baron Ferdinand von Wrangel explained it by extending Julius Hann's explanation of Alpine katabatic winds to the north Adriatic, when a polar high-pressure area sits over the snow-covered mountains of the interior plateau behind the Dinaric coastal mountain range and a calm low-pressure area lies further south over the warmer Adriatic. As the air grows even colder and thus denser at night, the Bora increases. Its initial temperature is so low that even with the warming occasioned by its descent it reaches the lowlands as a cold wind. The wind takes two different traditional names depending on associated meteorological conditions: the "light bora" (Italian: Bora chiara) is Bora in the presence of clear skies, whereas clouds gathering on the hilltops and moving towards the seaside with rain or snow characterize the "dark bora" (Bora scura).
Text source: Wikipedia
A bit about Piran:
Piran (Italian: Pirano) is a town in the Municipality of Piran in southwestern Slovenia on the Gulf of Piran on the Adriatic Sea. It is one of the three major towns of Slovenian Istria. The town has much medieval architecture, with narrow streets and compact houses. Piran is the administrative centre of the local area and one of Slovenia's major tourist attractions. Until the mid-twentieth century Italian was the dominant language, but was replaced by Slovene as populations moved.
Text source: Wikipedia