During the shortest days of the year the weather reminds us what will be waiting in Spring. Here below the ‘catch’ of three sunny rides.
Winter is the coldest season of the year in polar climates and temperate climates, between autumn and spring. Winter is caused by the axis of the Earth in that hemisphere being oriented away from the Sun. (Wikipedia)
Winter? Whatever… (Mark Koghee)
The Cerkev na Hribcu or in English Church on the Little Hill is from the 18th century and belongs to the settlement of Puštal. But when you can see the church it means that you are in Škofa Loka.
Don’t you just hate it too when the person riding next to you is constantly trying to keep his front wheel just in front of yours?
There is more than 50 per cent chance that the Kamnik-Savinja Alps (with Škofa Loka here in the foreground) will be completely covered in snow before Spring.
The same Kamnik-Savinja Alps but now with the castle of Ljubljana in the foreground. (click to enlarge)
And again the Kamnik-Savinja Alps but now with the Sint Michaels Church designed by Jože Plečnik.
And that is how these pictures get made.
Religion or the road…
A little bit of last minute inspiritation for all the builders of miniature Christmas villages. Šentjošt nad Horjulom (619 metres).
“Bicycles are almost as good as guitars for meeting girls” (Bob Weir, Grateful Dead)