WPC: Edgy, Slovenian-style

About a month ago we spent a day on the edge. Of civilisation, normalcy, unmountainness, unsnow, if you ask a Roman native. Ten minutes higher up another world begins. But today only the edge. Welcome to Logarska dolina, Slovenia.

First, a promotional ad, shot in this valley among other locations, which came out with the slogan “Slovenia, my country” about five years before Slovenia said goodbye to Yugoslavia, and created quite a stir.

Photo: a © signature mmm production

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: Edge

22 Comments Add yours

  1. It’s so nice to see the green and sunny landscapes of Slovenia. Good compilation of pictures!

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    1. Thank you, Roberto. Viajemos. 🙂

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  2. Dan Antion says:

    That looks like a wonderful place to be. Beautiful photos.

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    1. Thank you, Dan. It’s truly uplifting.

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  3. I read about this place but it was a bit too far to go. For my next visit to your beautiful country-home 🙂

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    1. Oh, I have no doubts you will return. You seem very systematic. 😉 But still, it’s a tiny country.

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  4. jan says:

    Definitely Heidi-ville!

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    1. Hihih, Jan, as long as I don’t need braids I’m good.


  5. Those mountains seem too good to be true. They are really something and I mean SOMETHING.

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    1. Claudia, sometimes Slovenia indeed comes across too good to be true. And if you come over for a week, you don’t get to realise the truth of it.

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      1. I can believe that, one hundred percent. It is filled, every inch, I am believing, with spirit and visual interest and surprises and grandeur, not to mention looks like people are lively and do all kinds of interesting things, so I’ll add good conversations.

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      2. Yes, but… if you stay there for longer than a week, you also see that it’s not 100% true after all. 🙂


  6. badfish says:

    What a wonderful spot…I love the balcony best, too! The mountains in the background are outrageous. Did you once again change your Theme? This one only scrolls on the right. Is it the same?
    Hey, and below in “Posts I like”…is that blogs you follow, or specific posts? I spy an naked lady on the edge of decency there.

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    1. No, Badfish, ever since starting this blog in May I’ve got the same Dyad theme, it’s just that it has two formats: one full screen, the other divided like this post, and I change them up a bit. I like this division, it makes it look like a book. And all vertical photos make more sense this way. Anyway, clicking on a photo in a gallery will make it the same size, no matter which format I choose.

      “Posts I like” are the last 12 posts that I clicked ‘like’ to. And the lady must belong to you, even though your edge of decency is normally not so edgy. 😀


  7. Love the place!! Beautiful pictures

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    1. Thank you! I wish it doesn’t stay untraveled. 🙂


  8. Joanne Sisco says:

    There are few things as gorgeous as the mountains on a clear, sunny day! Beautiful photos, MMM 🙂
    … and the little cutout decorations in the wood do remind me of Austria. {singing} the hills are alive, with the sound of music!!!
    Sorry about that, I’ll try to resist the urge next time …

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    1. 😀 Go ahead! This reminds me of my friend who HATES this film. He is a poet and he wrote a poem with the first line: “Julie Christie, you make me sick.” without realising that he gave her a wrong surname 😀 😀

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    1. Thank you, Suzanne, and for the follow as well. 🙂


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