Sunday, July 13, 2014

Walk on a Summer Night [Part 2/2]: The Old Town of Mostar

In the second part of this new photo series I will show you the Old Town of Mostar at night. During summer the old part of the city is filled with tourists and even during the night, the old town is almost never empty. People roam the bazaar, old bridge, sit in the various cafes and restaurants.

This is a two part series:
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A view of the "Luka Bridge" from the old bridge.


A view of the old town. The country's flags are still up from the recent plays in the World Soccer Cup 2014.


One of the restaurants in the old town. As people are sitting down for dinner quiet music is playing, transforming the cobble stone streets into a unique place.


Thanks for visiting. Hope you had a great weekend.

28 comments:

  1. Magicno; nisam stari Mostar nikada prije vidjela poslije zalaska sunca.

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  2. You do an awesome job with lights. The old bridge is classic. Wonder if there are any old trolls underneath it?

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    1. Not that I know of. :) But one can never know for sure :D

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  3. Wow, what beautiful images!

    So sorry I haven't been here for awhile. I'm finally in a US port where I have an internet connection for a short time. Two more weeks until we head home to civilized internet connections. :) My blog lags a few days for obvious reasons.

    All the very best from Port Canaveral,
    Lois

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    1. Good to hear from you again. Am following your cruise posts constantly.

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  4. Beautifully captured.

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  5. it's really lovely. great bridge!

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  6. I knew they would be fantastic and they are.. numbers 2, 3 and 11 are the ones i like the best, but i love all of these. the architecture calls to me in the beautiful city

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    1. Thanks Sandra for your lovely comment. So glad you liked them.

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  7. Wieder atemberaubende Fotos, lieber Mersad. Danke dafür. Liebe Grüße

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  8. Superb night shots as always, Mersad!! And what a delightful place! Your photos are always the next best thing to being there myself and I do so enjoy them!! Thank you for sharing! Hope you and your family have had a great weekend!!

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  9. Was soll ich sagen ... Daumen hoch !!

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  10. Kann ich sehr gut verstehen, bei so einem Anblick kann die Stadt auch nicht leer sein. Also ich würde da bestimmt auch öfters spazieren gehen und diesen Blick genießen.

    Liebe Abendgrüsse

    N☼va

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  11. What wonderful night shots! Love all the old brick buildings.

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  12. Gorgeous night shots! What a beautiful place!

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  13. These are all equally as wonderful.

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  14. Still more incredible night photography! It is apparent that old Mostar is a treasure trove of visual delights. What a wonderful place this must be to photograph!

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    1. There really is a lot to see and discover Paul. Thanks for visiting.

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  15. I was going to say the first picture took a brilliant 1st in my mind, but then I moved on to the others and found they are all totally awesome. You are an incredible photographer, Mersad.

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    1. Thanks Valerie. So glad you liked them.

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  16. Stunning photos. Have you done any tutorials on night photography?

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    1. I haven't yet. But it's deffinitly on my to do list.

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  17. Fabulous images Mersad. Your town looks so laid back, not hectic at all.

    Love the nighttime images and especially the first one of the bridge.

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    1. It was a quiet summer night on a work day after 10 PM. On weekends it's much more crowded. But never too much so that you can't enjoy it.

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  18. Mersad, your night photographs are wonderful. The town is beautiful.

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