Working with models

Models: Elena and Gosia

Location: Ljubljana

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I love coffee

… especially turkish coffee. I can’t imagine the day without coffee. I started drinking coffee very young at the age of fourteen but my first taste of coffee was much earlier. I was always at the stove when the coffee was cooking. I have always loved the taste of coffee. It was never something I had to acquire the taste for or get used to. There is nothing more inviting and comforting than conversations over coffee. Although I very much enjoy a cup of coffee on my own and watching people passing by, I also enjoy having it with good company. Having coffee with the people you love will give you the opportunity to communicate more and strengthen your bonds with them. This is the
trend of today’s culture already from the Turkish era.

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Au Petit Fer à Cheval
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Le Refuge
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Au Petit Fer à Cheval
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Čokl, Slovenia
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at home
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Biró, Slovenia
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Shakespeare & Company
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Cafetino, Slovenia
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Bar Fetiche, Slovenia
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Chez Eugene
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Cubo, Slovenia

Are you too a coffee lover?

And this part is about me…

6: The Interview There’s still so much I need to learn, I’m still rather fresh in this field. Since I conducted a few political interviews, I thought it would be education for me to interview a few photographers. One of them was Slovenian street-photographer Tom Plevnik. I had been following him on WordPress and enjoyed […]

via The Picture That Changes Everything: the Pleasant Madness of Street-Photography part 6 — WELCOME TO THE HUMAN RACE: SCRAMBLED NOISES FROM THE VOID

My playground

Lately, I didn’t post anything from Ljubljana. I’m posting this today. I promise that in the next coming weeks I will publish more photos from Ljubljana. BTW another 66 days and 22 hours to Paris.

 

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Krekov trg/Krekov square
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Robbov vodnjak/Robba Fountain
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Ljubljana

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Študentovska ulica/Študentovska street

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Kongresni Trg/Kongresni square
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Kongresni Trg/Kongresni square
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Železniška postaja Ljubljana/Train Station

I would trade…

the streets in Ljubljana for Paris just about anything even coffee. It’s so easy to adjust to Paris life it’s always an easy transition. Comming home isn’t quite as easy. Even after a month i’m not the same person i was when i left.  I wish there was a cure.

Does anyone else have similar experiences to your favorite place? Which is your favorite city?

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Place Dauphine
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Pont des Arts from Pont Neuf
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Rue de la Colombe
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Rue des Chantres
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Quai d’Orléans
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Cathédrale Notre-Dame de Paris from Pont de la Tournelle
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Pont de la Tournelle
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Rue des Barres