• “It is very important that you are creative, everything I imagined from clay, I also shaped. We were selling dishes on the fairs. In those times we had only pottery dishes. There was a big demand and I always sold everything.”

    The Portrait Of A Little Man From Prekmurje

      The purpose of the project was to collect cycle of photos and stories documented in the ethnological record. The material collected in the research process presents vanishing cottage industries, which have significantly contributed to the development of the home environment. With the disappearance of this knowledge also the national identity of the region is […]

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    Devil’s Gold

      This is a story of Murahman, 27 years old, who works as a sulphur miner for nine years now, carrying sulphur two times a day, making a daily climb 3 km up the mountain, then heads downward more than 200 metres into the volcano, where the sulphur crystals form. In his search for “devil’s […]

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    The Process of Handmade Cigars

    Mombacho Cigar Factory, Granada

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    Landscape photography

      Diverse nature brings something new into every part of the day, making the nature photography so special. A well done photograph takes its observer into the world which photographer had momentary witnessed and preserved eternally. Landscape photography is the most generous genre of nature photography, as it presents inspiring images of nature with vibrant […]

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    B&W Portraits

      A portrait is a depiction of a certain real person, presenting him as an individual personality, with all personal traits which are perceived and transmitted to depiction by a photographer. The portrait also presents human’s nature, that is his internal image. It does not only capture his figure, but also his mood and habits, […]

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    Wildlife photography

      Photographing animals is a major challenge that requires patience, persistence and understanding of animal behaviour, in order to foresee the right moment for a good photo. They are the most interesting, when wild and unpredictable, allowing us to capture their nature and character.  

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    Local Wood

      Wood have been used by societies around the world for thousands of years. Humans have used it for fuel, building materials, furniture, paper, tools, weapons, and more. Slovenia is the third country in Europe after Finland and Sweden with over 60% of forests. This is why woodworking industry has always been important, from fuel, furniture, mill work and […]

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    Wooden Ferry

      Pictures shows a traditional wooden ferry and his owner, Martin, on Mura river in Melinci, Prekmurje (Slovenia). Ferry takes people from one river bank to another, but is without engine, sails or paddles. The ferries in Ižakovci and Melinci are two ferries that are still in operation on the Mura River. The ferry is […]