Saturday, August 2, 2008

Radovan looks at Albania

From a small town just above Kalami where we stayed in Corfu, Radovan looks across the Ionian Sea at Albania. You can see it is very close. Bibi's cell phone actually functioned through an Albanian provider. Radovan regrets that his trip is drawing to an end, but he's anxious to get back to Serbia.

9 comments:

Lily Hydrangea said...

Yay! more Radovan, I hope you enjoy the beautiful view my little friend!

babooshka said...

I have a similar shot of the Albanian mountains taken from Roda, where we stayed. They are the most amazing purple hue some nights. The perspective again of our tour guide Mr R, is perfect.

Louis la Vache said...

Radovan has developed quite a following. We do hope he'll be our tour guide again in the near future!

"Louis" thanks you for your Baudelaire quote Chez la Vache...

Marie Reed said...

Radovan does look wistful and a bit homesick!

Kris said...

Albania is on my "to do" list. Radovan is ticking them off quicker than me!

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parlance said...

Living as I do on a continent that contains only one 'nation' - Australia - I find the idea of looking across from one country to another unsettling. It makes me realise that we are all one planet and we'd better learn how to get along with each other.

I thought the photo had a great atmosphere. Maybe Radovan was longing to visit Albania; maybe it was introspection about what he knows about that country; maybe musings on the inter-connectness of different peoples. Or... maybe he was looking at all that water and thinking that he was thirsty

vero said...

Wow, I will go to Albania in september if the weather will be good! On the contrary if the weather will be raining, I want to have a Balcani Tour (Sarajevo, Belgrado, Zagabria and Lubiana)...Radovan, What do you think?

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