A drive can clear your head, but it can also provide an opportunity to discover more of your surroundings. While on a recent drive I got to see (and capture) some of the western parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina. I didn't visit any of the major towns in that region but I got to capture some of the countryside along the road. The sun was setting which of course gave a very nice ambiance while exploring.
A small village called "Cule" can be seen in the next shot in the background. The road is leading into the place, as well as huge power lines that are located on the hills. A power station is close by, distributing electric power throughout this part of the country.
Despite the sun not having set completely, the full moon was already out. From the next stop I parked my car on, I could see more of the landscapes in general. A facility that houses festivities and weddings can be seen in the shot above. While it is outside the city, it has lots of place around it and seems to be in a spot where noise won't bother anybody.
Below you can see the aforementioned "Mostarsko blato", which is essentially a marshland, with water coming and going throughout the year. When the heat of summer strikes the water evaporates, but autumn, winter and early spring sees flooding.
I took one last sunset shot and headed back to the car. These were taken around 5 o'clock in the afternoon. The days are finally longer and it seems like we are heading out of the winter period.