Lake Skadar (only images)

Sometimes the words are unnecessary, cause the place is talking to you in its own language (all photos: ©AS, 2020)

Montenegro’s “Wild Beauty”

Durmitor National Park It is highly recommended to get a car once you get into Montenegro, because you can then take one of the fantastic scenic roads leading across the mountains. Our favorite is P14 (also named R16) , which goes all the time above 1,4 m above the sea level. You might expect here…

Tour : Ostrog–Pluzine

Monaster Ostrog was found by Vasilij Jovanovic (1610–71), known also as Sv. Vasilij Ostroški. Jovanović was planning to live the eremitic life on the saint mountain of Atos, but local inhabitants asked him to stay with them. He eventually decided to find himself a place in the rocks, where he started to build the monastery…

Less known parts of New York

How does it feel to wake up somewhere and don’t know where and when you are? Isn’t it essential for traveling to discover less known parts of some very well known places, like such big metropolis, let’s say for example… New York City. Since Manhattan is the most known of NYC, you might be surprised…

Now, where is it?

Originally posted on PolkaLady Art & Travel:
It is not Switzerland, nor Austria or other country with Alps inside of the photo’s frame. What is fascinating about this place, is that, you can dream all along the journey from one city to another and waking up in a complete different reality. It’s not in China…

“Blue” mountains

or “Carmarthen Hills” or “Landsdowne Hills” like they were called in 19th century, are beautiful mountains situated in New South Wales, about 100 km from Sydney.  Formed around one million years ago as part of the Kosciusko Uplift during the Pliocene Epoch, they owe the name to the presence of oil bearing Eucalyptus trees, that fulfill the atmosphere with finely…

Driving from oceanic Otago to alpine area

New Zealand, where is it? Part 2 Mountains, the universe apart, with their own laws, inhabitants, paths, crossings and networks.. You can’t move them, so they will still be here even if all the rest of the nature is being destroyed or hidden somewhere in between  huge cities. I was really surprised when I first…

Discovering Australia

Road trip part two (adventure in the mountains and scenic driving until SA) Australian landscape (Victoria and South Australia) doesn’t need a lot of words. Just a couple of titles for soundtrack like “Riptide” by Vance Joy, “Reptile” by the Church, or “Magneto” by Nick Cave & The Bad Seeds  which is good for the…