The same hillside as this, but from a slightly different vantage point, and emphasizing the color of the houses contrasted with the snow and trees, vice the great light in the original
In October of 2006, I spent a day walking around town taking photos of the various sculptures/reliefs on buildings. I blogged about it in December of 06. If you want to go back, you can see those entries you can go here#1 here#2 here#3 and here#4
Ever since I first saw it, the ultra-modern glass at strange angles next to the Turkish style domes, I've been trying to figure out how to get a good photo of the Bošnjački Institut (Bosniak Institute). This still isn't what I'm looking for, but I'm always a sucker for a good reflection.
This mosque is on Pigeon Square in Baščaršija, and is probably my favorite mosque in Sarajevo. For this mosque, adhān (call to prayer) is done by a human with no loud speaker. The contrast of the lower small dome still covered with snow and perfectly white, against the main dome clear of snow and copper green prompted me to take the photo.
Last one for now...the flood wall of Rijeka Miljacka...I like "flat" things for background, the not so quite patterns and a host of other reasons not easily explained.