Friday, April 24, 2009

Three rooftops and a sky

Happy Skywatch! Here's a photo of Belgrade's former department store (on the right...) and two older rooftops. (Sorry for the late posting...Internet problems...)

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14 comments:

syel said...

a beautiful photo of modern and classic architecture. and it stood out against the sky!

James said...

Plesant sky and wonderful mix of building styles.

Erin said...

a gorgeous backdrop for the three buildings of different eras...like the shot very much and the wires add movement as well.
have a good weekend.

Thérèse said...

Are these the wires responsible for your internet's troubles?
Have a nice weekend!

Abe Lincoln said...

You do have a sky that is nice and the angle makes the buildings interesting.

Such wonderful places, so different from where I have lived. The Hamlet of Gordon, Ohio is where I was born and raised and it is how small hamlets used to be and this one still exists.

The Hamlet of Gordon

Babooshka said...

It's the Leaning Tower of Belgrade! Like the jaunty angle and yes the juxtaposition of the new and old. Of course I sway to the older ones.

Chuck Pefley said...

Fun angle, Bibi -:) I hope your company is not affecting your balance LOL!

Dan said...

Nice sky in this. I love the point of view. It really adds interest and motion to the picture.

soulbrush said...

too many brandies for easter! ha ha. wonderful pic. happyIF.

Bobby McAdam said...

Been checking some of your images and they're great. I've been living in Belgrade for about 8 months now and I'm only just getting settled. Anyways in regards to this photo I'm sure I went to a night club on one of the top floors of that building, I think it's called stefan brauns. A very interesting night indeed.

Tash said...

I'VE BEEN in that one! I had coffee and wrote postcards in 1984! on the 2nd floor on a summer afternoon. I love reminiscing - thank you.
I also love the 4 very different rooftops, and the pretty, pretty sky.

marley said...

Interesting styles and a funky angle too!

boza lass said...

Oh, I love that place. It was our high school-era meeting spot for Friday evening stolls to the end of Knez Mihailova. Brings back nice memories.

Branka M.

raf said...

Great shot for SWF, Bibi! Like that mix of styles you give us in your skyline images.
Haven't been able to visit this week so playing catch up.