sobota, 20 kwietnia 2013

Taking care of the garden on the Trebević mountain

Trebević is a 1627 meters tall mountain on the south-east of Sarajevo; just 8km far from the city centre. It’s not touristic destination. During 1984 Winter Olympics, you could take part in Bobsleigh there. Lately, I’ve heard more and more good things about this place; maybe because it has started to be cleared of mines (during the war it’s a key fighting ground). According to some people it’s a perfect place for children to learn skiing (well I’m not sure of that). Today, I’ve decided to go there and check if it’s really worth to see. 

Before reaching the top of the mountain, I had to stop and take this picture… For me it’s really interesting to see a woman, who is taking care of her garden, behind, you see Sarajevo; it’s “New Sarajevo” in fact… 

Soon, I’ll show you some captures from the top of the mountain.

Have a great weekend everyone!

6 komentarzy:

  1. That is a very striking photograph. Enjoying seeing your part of the world.

  2. Somehow the barbed wire being there seems sad.........

  3. Your foto "is speaking" a lot. It's great.
    Wish you also nice weekend.

  4. I suspect she is gathering hay, and that the area is fenced because she raises goats ... just a guess ... ;o}

  5. Funny and interesting, the contrast between the two worlds!

  6. It's interesting that the woman seems to be in the countryside and yet the city is still in view. And it does look as if she's gathering hay.


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