Wonderful shots, Meda.That stone work has surely survived many years. A truly impressive sight.
I love 'stones' .. walkways, walls, houses ... Thanks for the photos
Beautiful archways and the amount of work that was put into making all the walls and bridges with stone is amazing.
I think this village is worth to visit. Very graceful buildings and of course you capture them artistically.
Massive stone houses and walls which have survived many generations. What is it about stone that makes it so aesthetic. It is great to see new additions, lovely, simple doors and wrought iron gates all fitting in beautifully. When enlarging the pictures one can see the stone work, how it is done in a practical manner to use small stones to fit in-between and also all shapes and sizes. It is such a beautiful place.
They are beautiful! I love stone constructions, they feel natural. How far is Počitelj-Neretva River from Sarajevo?
WoW...simply beautifully captured shots....lovely place!
Very attractive views of the stone walls. I've very much enjoyed them!
Muy, muy bonitas, realmente es de agradecer el poder visitar un blog como el tuyo, muchas gracias. Un saludo.-
Oh wow, to see the stone walls is amazing. I can just imagine all the hard work that went into this at one time. I love the lovely archways... outstanding!!!!!
hola, soy Miguel Jaén (España), también me gusta la fotografias, te tengo que felicitar por las que tienes en tu blog. Felicidades. Espero que visites el mio.
The place is appealing a deep visit, I like that eastern european style.
Beautiful sights and full of history there.
Great series here, your blog is wonderful.
A very interesting Greetings Blog Creativity and imagination from pictures of Jose Ramon Thanks for the comment on fotoerase Greetings
through archesstepping on stonesinto the pastlove from mandy
Medam these photos have so much character. Thanks for sharing, and have a good weekend. Anna :)
These photos are spectacular, I love the stonework on those lovely old buildings. I have enjoyed catching up on your blog today. Always fun to visit here and look at your wonderful photographs.
Built for the ages! Beautiful.
where exactly are these...do I see a Mosque...minaret?
Yes Baron, You can see a mosque and its minated on the first photo of this series.
Thanks you for a walk around this beautiful place :D
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