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  • Solo Biking Routes: My Hometown Lake - Šmartinsko jezero

    Solo Biking Routes: My Hometown Lake - Šmartinsko jezero
    I love to bike. I bike everywhere -- to work, going home, for fun. If it is possible to go with my bike instead of my car, I'll do it. My car gets quite lonely when sunny spring days start, but as I said, I absolutely love to bike.
  • The Faces of Balatonfüred

    The Faces of Balatonfüred
    Although I have been to Balatonfüred many times – usually to do some sailing – I was never really interested in the town itself. We had a walk on the avenue at the bank of the lake, had dinner, did some shopping in a supermarket, had a place to sleep, and that was basically it. This time, I tried a bit of a different approach and visited this town with a Lomographer's eye.
  • Watering Holes: Tamkoučiri in Celje, Slovenia

    Watering Holes: Tamkoučiri in Celje, Slovenia
    I was just thinking how this summer I've spotted many more tourists in my home town than previous years and since there may be some lomographers among them it would probably be a good idea to point out a couple of tourist attractions in my town. Good bars and pubs should of course be first on this list.
  • Summer Hot Spots: Lake Jarun in Zagreb

    Summer Hot Spots: Lake Jarun in Zagreb
    When you need a break from the city, a lake nearby is always a good choice. Lake Jarun is not even that far from the city center and it is easily reached with public transportation.
  • Solo Photowalk Routes: Running Up Anski Vrh

    Solo Photowalk Routes: Running Up Anski Vrh
    I admit it. I'm an introvert. But that doesn't mean I don't like company or that I don't like to socialize. It just means that I cherish my alone time.
  • Catching Summer Vibes at the Southern Shore of Lake Balaton

    Catching Summer Vibes at the Southern Shore of Lake Balaton
    Are you still longing for a fresh summer cocktail with your best friends, filled with sunshine, lots of swimming, some chilling and exploring, and a healthy dose of pálinka, Hungary's national pride? Then you should start packing your bags right away and book yourself that last-minute ticket to Lake Balaton!
  • Trg Ban Jelacic - Zagreb

    Trg Ban Jelacic - Zagreb
    At the main square in Zagreb you can find trams, a market, a fountain, many shops and restaurants and always, no matter when you go you are bound to run into somebody that you know :)
  • HGF Music Festival - Zabok, Croatia

    HGF Music Festival - Zabok, Croatia
    Now on it's 14th year, the HGF Croatian Music Festival attracts teenagers from across the country to watch local up-and-coming metal and rock bands perform during the months of May and June. This year, 32 bands performed, including the Croatian super-group "Let 3."
  • Downtown Dietrichstein, in the Middle of Graz

    Downtown Dietrichstein, in the Middle of Graz
    I live in the middle of Graz. I've been to a lot of cities in my 24 years of life: cities like Vienna, Amsterdam, London, Paris, and a lot more. But to me, Graz is the most beautiful of them all. It has the nicest people living there, it's very green. It's just great.
  • Kostanjevica na Krki

    Kostanjevica na Krki
    This small city Kostanjevica is an island, around is river, that why it is called Kostanjevica on Krka (slo. Kostanjevica na Krki). If you start from Ljubljana, you mast go by the highway direction Novo Mesto, Krško - Dolenjska, 1 hour 20min, you can't miss board where to go down for Kostanjevica. It is near Zagreb too, highway from Zagreb - Ljubljana, 2 hours. The train come in Krško, 20min by bus from Kostanjevica.
  • Šmarješke Toplice - Where Old People Swim

    Šmarješke Toplice - Where Old People Swim
    I was on the way back from the Balkans, where I just had shot an image-film for a NGO. Our way by car led us through Slovenia, which impressed us very much. Despite it was a state of the Balkan-Region, it very much looked like Switzerland in many ways. This was due to the mountains but also the renovated state of roads and buildings and the obvious economic success of the country. As so they have to deal with the common problem of over-aging.
  • Mimara, a Skater Oasis

    Mimara, a Skater Oasis
    Mimara Museum in the centre of Zagreb, is known to the people of Zagreb as one of the biggest museums in the city and as one of the first skating places in Zagreb. It has a huge playground in the back called "srednjač" where you can go running, play football or basketball or just chill.
  • Kunsthaus Graz

    Kunsthaus Graz
    The Kunsthaus was built in 2003 when Graz was European Capital of Culture. It was designed by London architects Peter Cook and Colin Fournier and is a very cool futuristic building – in my opinion it looks like a big blue space ship - situated near the river Mur between Südtiroler Platz and Lendkai.
  • Castle Riegersburg

    Castle Riegersburg
    Castle Riegersburg is situated above the Styrian village Riegersburg on a 482m high volcano rock. You are able to reach it by foot or with an elevator. To walk up means to use the original path leading to the entrance of the imposing castle - it is over 850 years old and was impregnable for hundreds of years.
  • The Inner City of Graz in Black and White

    The Inner City of Graz in Black and White
    After twenty-five years, I revisited this beautiful city. We had a free Saturday, so we decided to have a short trip to Graz. I shot in black and white and interestingly enough, it was raining almost all day, so the weather and the chosen medium kind of fitted with each other.
  • Lurgrotte (Semriach)

    Lurgrotte (Semriach)
    The Lurgrotte is Austrian’s largest water flowing cave. It is situated in Styria in a little village named Semriach, 25 km away from Graz. The cave is five km long and you can see lots of drip stones, bizarre sinter formations, enormous rock domes and submontane canyons.
  • Schloßberg Graz

    Schloßberg Graz
    The Grazer Schloßberg is a 123 m high rock which lies on the waterside of the river Mur over the Grazer main square. Here you can find the town's landmark – the Uhrturm.
  • Gsellmann's Weltmaschine (Gsellmann's world machine)

    Gsellmann's Weltmaschine (Gsellmann's world machine)
    When you go on a holiday to Styria, a wonderful province of Austria with a breathtaking landscape, you will maybe hear of Gsellmann’s Weltmaschine. Franz Gsellmann who created this strange machine without any practical use was a farmer in Edelsbach near Feldbach in the middle of the Eastern Styrian Vulkanland.
  • Kitzeck

    Kitzeck is the highest vineyard village in Austria and is situated in the southern Styrian Vineland in the Sausal. Since 900 years there is cultivated vine because of the mild climate - even figs grow there! The Kitzecker vine is well known all over the country and even furthermore the boarders of Austria.
  • Murinsel Graz

    Murinsel Graz
    When I heard of the Murinsel project for the first time I was very curious to see it: A cafe swimming in the midst of the river Mur! When I came to Graz I surely visited this extraordinary cafe. And I was fascinated by the realization of this project.

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