L-A: On display, in Slovenia

As it sometimes happens when the theme hits just right (this time it was Amy who chose it), I gathered fifty photos with things on display in no time. Therefore I’m splitting this post into two: Slovenian part today, Italian is coming in a few days.

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I might not be much of a window-shopper, and yet I have a surprising number of items on display in my photo storage. Some were on sale, others merely on show, and not always in windows.

These photos are full of stuff, they are crammed, excessive, just how I like them the most. The first one as well, in its own way. You’ll see.

Today we remain in Slovenia and Italy will follow in the second post soon. Welcome to the displays that attracted my attention. I believe you will find them of interest, too.


For Lens-Artists Photo Challenge, hosted by Amy at THE WORLD IS A BOOK…: On display

21 thoughts on “L-A: On display, in Slovenia

  1. Wow… Manja!!! I love your display in Slovenia, so cool! I feel like I’m walking through these displays with you. Great selections for this theme. Thank you so much for this fabulous post. 🙂 🙂

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  2. Next time – Slovenia! We went for a short trip to Croatia, Montenegro and Bosnia -Herzegovina last week. Love this part of the world – much because of you, Manja! Now, a wonderful display you are taking us through – enjoyed every second! Some favorites: The books, the garlic, Amore and the Chess!

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  3. It looks so inviting there. Friendly, happy, cultivated with details instead of cold, imposing, commercialized like so much here. There are neighborhoods like that here, but they seem to be more common there.Maybe the art goes a long way to push that feeling. I really enjoyed the bookshop placard and the bookshelves with plants, but I enjoyed all of these photos.

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    1. Thank you, Joey. You make it sound urgent: art, culture, cultivation. And it is. I’ve been lucky this way. Even here in Italy I miss the reading culture. They have perfected the visual part though. Best of both worlds. I hope you come over some time and see some of it for yourself.

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