Monday, October 7, 2019

Sarajevo at Dusk [Through My Lens Nr. 210]

There is something magical about dusk. Somehow the colors get more intense and vibrant, although the dark starts to set over. Of course a busy interesection is the perfect location for vibrant dusk photograhpy. These were taken in Sarajevo, from the terace of the Alta shoping center. The terace overlooks another shopping center (the Sarajevo City Center, shown in the image above), and the Parlaiment buliding (shown in the image below). It gets very busy here, but from this spot you can calmly observe the happenings.

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  1. Such beautiful pics. Very lovely. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you have a wonderful week.

  2. Thank you for hosting Mersad. Your city is beautiful in the evening and dusk! I enjoyed the tour.

  3. Lovely! The skies are wonderful.

  4. Sarajevo is filled up with hundreds of historical attractions, incredible natural beauty and unique places.


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