Next destination Vienna

and these photos are still from Ljubljana.



From Ljubljana

I really don’t remember when I last posted photos from Ljubljana … stupid me. But nevertheless … I travel to Vienna next Sunday for one week. Somehow I have not yet gotten euphoria because I don’t know what to expect. Everybody asks me how I hadn’t been to Vienna yet … I know, but Vienna is too close to Slovenia, and I’ve always delayed. So my next destination is Vienna!

This time I’m posting some photos from Ljubljana. I’m still photographing in Ljubljana, but less than I used to.


Polish cuisine

…was a slight disappointment for me.


Of course, I like very much French cuisine and all their dishes. But Polish cuisine … is like the Slovene cuisine. Almost nothing new … maybe because of this I felt in Warsaw like at home.


Restaurant Stolica – a beautiful terrace, friendly staff and very very good food. I think it was one of the best duck I ate… except Manchons de canard pomme sautees.

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Fotografija osebe Tom Plevnik.

zapiekanka… okey this is new… and delicious … like small pizza. Perfect for a quick snack.


Fotografija osebe Tom Plevnik.


nothing new … slightly different, much bigger, but similar to Slovenian Žlikrofi. Very tasty and very different types … we have only potatoes… Restaurant Zapiecek.

Pork cheeks in a sauce of red wine, potato dumplings and vegetables


nothing new… but good. Restaurant C.K. Oberża.

Kotlet Schabowy

Fotografija osebe Tom Plevnik.

again nothing new. It’s exactly like that Vienna steak or Dunajski šnicelj in Slovenia. But so much better and tastier. This is the best steak of kind that I ate. Normally I don’t eat Vienna steak in the restaurants. But in a month I go to Vienna, so… Restaurant Portretowa.

Swiežo smaženy wielki placek ziemniaczany z gulaszem


same story… but in a new way… and so good! It’s like Krompirjev funšterc or ocvrtki in Slovenia… Restaurant Zapiecek.



I know, I know … boring but as Sarma… Restaurant Gdański, Bar mleczny.

Żeberka w sosie własnym z ziemniakami i buraczkami zasmażanymi 

Fotografija osebe Tom Plevnik.

yes, yes, yes… like Svaljki or Njoki… Restaurant Pasieka.


Fotografija osebe Tom Plevnik.


like Krof… although we are eaten donuts only for carnival in Slovenia in February.

This time I didn’t have the opportunity to try Zupa ogórkowa … we don’t know this in Slovenia. Something for the next year.




Winter in Ljubljana

Before the end of the winter, some photos of Ljubljana in the snow. After a long time, we were getting a lot of snow here. And I don’t like winter, low temperatures, cloudy and short days … I can’t wait to the end of the winter. And now it’s March and tomorrow it’s supposed to snow again 😦

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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.

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