Observations on a Tuesday evening in Ljubljana centre

The world's first prototype mobile phone was presented in 1973. It was a Motorola and it weighed a kilogram. It wouldn't have been very comfortable to ride a bike while using that phone. The phone in this girl's hand is hardly visible.
The world’s first prototype mobile phone was presented in 1973. It was a Motorola and it weighed a kilogram. It wouldn’t have been very comfortable to ride a bike while using that phone. The phone in this girl’s hand is hardly visible.
Stiropor is polystyrene and is used for isolation or the protection of goods (the white foamy stuff you sometimes find in the box). It’s also the name of a new contemporary music festival in Ljubljana. The girl on the kick scooter won’t be interested in either and doesn't miss a thing while she races past.
Stiropor is polystyrene and is used for isolation or the protection of goods (the white foamy stuff you sometimes find in the box). It’s also the name of a new contemporary music festival in Ljubljana. The girl on the kick scooter won’t be interested in either and doesn’t miss a thing while she races past.
If you turn your screen 180 degrees you can see what this place looks like from the water up.  Or just scroll down.
If you turn your screen 180 degrees you can see what this place looks like from the water up.
Or just scroll down.
The two people on the balcony look:  a. At their own reflection b. At the reflection of the buildings c. They don't see a reflection
The two people on the balcony look:
a. At their own reflection
b. At the reflection of the buildings
c. They don’t see a reflection
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