Monday, March 2, 2020

Walk through Sarajevo [Through My Lens Nr. 230]

The weekend is behind us, but before the new week starts it's nice too look back at the days before. I spent a wonderful day in the captial city Sarajevo, where the sunny day sided to rain. But before the weather turned I really enjoyed the offering of the city. The main attraction of the city is Bascarsija, the old town center. I had tea at the tea house "Dzirlo". After that the sunset lit the rest of the old town in a wonderful warm glow. Of course the weather turned soon, but I managed to snap these images while the great weather lasted. I hope you had a great weekend and went outside, enjoyed the weather, and that you are rested for the new work week ahead.

Thank you all for joining me in another week of "Through My Lens". I am looking forward to your submissions this week. I hope you will have a good one!





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13 comments:


  1. Picture very nice but not really understand how to share my favorite picture?
    The person who comments is the one who has the profile on the given server and can link the link in the comment, or on the blogger by visiting the profile and there are links to pages on it.

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    1. You are sharing links, not just a picture. You click on "Add Link" and fill out the necessary information and add it. You have to verify your entry with either your facebook, google or inlinkz account.

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  2. Looks chilly there, Mersad.

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    1. It was, but a thick jacket kept me warm. ;)

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  3. So beautiful place. Awesome photography.
    Have a nice week ahead.

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  4. It is nice to see Sarajevo through your eyes, Mersad!

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  5. You always manage to show the best side of the places you visit. Fine series of photos.

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  6. Wow, what a wonderful place. So very cool. I want to visit all the places you go to.

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  7. Love seeing the things in the shops and your last image is very beautiful Thanks for hosting and I hope you have a wonderful week

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