UVOD V BLOG / INTRODUCTION TO THE BLOG

MOJA ZGODBA
 
Od nekdaj me je zanimala zgodovina, predvsem polpretekli del izročila naših prednikov.
Začelo se je, ko smo z avtodomom dopustovali v Normandiji. Svojo strast do zgodovine sem prelevil v serijo fotografij o izkrcanju zaveznikov, na znameniti dan D. V sklop atlantskega zidu sodijo tudi fotografije iz Bretanije in Nordkinna.
To je moj prvi fotografski spopad s to tematiko, ki je kasneje vodil tudi k osnovanju bloga s tematiko polpretekle zgodovine. Na kasnejših popotovanjih sem seveda fotografiral tudi slučajno odkrite spomenike iz Norveške pri prečkanju polarnega kroga in Talina.
Z leti se je nabralo kar nekaj fotografij s tako tematiko. Malce več pozornosti sem posvetil obdobju 2. svetovne vojne.
Seveda sem na potovanjih fotografiral tudi ostale stvari, vendar sem se odločil da moj blog ostaja strogo tematski. Tako bodo na enem mestu zbrane fotografije raznovrstnih spomenikov iz Slovenije, območja bivše Jugoslavije in tujine.
Tako sem organiziran tudi blog. Tematike si lahko ogledate v sklopih, ki si sledijo od spodaj navzgor.
  • Prvi so spomeniki s področja bivše Jugoslavije. Fotografije so bile posnete leta 2011. Vsak spomenik je zaradi večje preglednosti predstavljen s svojo objavo. Sklop ima na vrhu objav tekstualni uvod kot samostojno objavo.
  • Sledi sklop iz južnega dela bivše Sovjetske zveze (Kijev, Kursk, Stalingrad), ki je pospremljen s tekstualnim uvodom. Fotografije so posnete leta 2010.
  • Sledijo fotografije slovenskih spomenikov. Fotografije so bile posnete leta 2011, le fotografije Bolnice Franje pred uničujočo povodnjo so bile posnete leta 2004.
  • Sledijo fotografije slovenskih spomenikov posnete leta 2012.
  • Novoletni mejnik je obeležen s fotografijam spomenikov iz avstrijskega Gradca in hrvaškega otoka Krka.
  • Sledijo fotografije slovenskih spomenikov posnete leta 2013.
  • Novoletni mejnik je ponovno obeležen s fotografijami spomenikov iz tujine.
  • Sledijo fotografije slovenskih spomenikov posnete leta 2014, ki se še dodajajo.
Vabimo vas, da si ogledate objave, jih komentirate, morda sugerirate kraje in spomenike, za katere veste, pa jih še niste opazili na blogu. Delite s svojimi prijatelji.
Pri ogledu ne pozabite na "starejše" objave.


MY STORY
 
I have always been interested in history. It all actually started in 2003, when we were on vacation in Normandy, with our rented motorhome. A series of photographs related to the Allied invasion of Normandy on the famous D day was created.
This is my first photographic encounter with this topic. This next set of Atlantic Wall also includes photos from Brittany and Nordkinn. During my travels, I also photographed accidentally discovered monuments in Norway, crossing the Arctic Circle and the capital of Estonia – Tallinn.
During my different travels over the years, I collected quite a few photos concerning this topic. I have always been focusing a little bit more on the second world war period.

Of course, I also photograph other things on my journeys, but I have decided that my blog remains thematic. Thus different kinds of monuments in Slovenia, other area of former Yugoslavia and abroad will be collected in one place.

The blog is organized accordingly. Each monument is presented individually within its set, for better transperency. Each set has a textual introduction at the top, as a separate publication. Allow me to describe the order of sets, from the bottom up.
  • First are the monuments from the area of former Yugoslavia. Photos were taken in 2011.
  • Following set is from the southern part of the former Soviet Union (Kiev, Kursk, Stalingrad). These photographs were taken in 2010.
  • Next is the first set of Slovenian monuments. Photos were taken in 2011, except for Partisan Hospital Frania photos before the destructive floods, which were taken in 2004.
  • Next set are the photos of Slovenian monuments, taken in 2012.
  • New Year's milestone is celebrated with photographs of monuments from Graz in Austria and the Croatian island of Krk.
  • The following set are the photos of Slovenian monuments, taken in 2013.
  • New Year's milestone is celebrated with photographs of monuments from abroad.
  • The following set are the photos of Slovenian monuments, taken in 2014, which are still being added. 
You are welcome to take a look, ask me questions and post comments, share it with others.
While you are on this blog, do not forget about the "older" posts.

2 komentarja:

  1. I am interested in visiting ther Orehovica area of Senjernej. My family left there around 1900-1910 to settle in the USA. Their name was Prhne, until they found need to change it in America. Now, many things are different and I would like to see where they made their lives. Is there still standing a Catholic Church in your town? Thank you!

    OdgovoriIzbriši
    Odgovori
    1. Your are Welcome. We have a catholic church in our town.

      Izbriši