City on a grain of salt. Tuzla means a place of salt and it lays on top of the salt lake. It is suspected it has been there for around 7000 years as one of the oldest places in Europe.

Tuesday, November 27, 2007


A tree full of leaves, I wander why they didn't fall off.
Have a good week.


Anonymous the queen said...

volim Tuzlu ali ne posjećujem je onoliko često koliko bih voljela. Ove slike me baš obraduju, pokušavam prepoznati ulice prekrivene snijegom...hvala na predivnom blogu
Posjeti moj blog ima par simpa postova o Tuzli:

28 November, 2007 00:54  
Blogger Jenny said...

Hi Jazzy, I haven't been here in a while - what a nice photo of yourself you've posted! (I always thought you were a man!!)

28 November, 2007 05:48  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

You have still snow there, I can see from your fine photos.
Also we have, not very much, but enough for the world championship competition of biathlon during this weekend.
Thank you for your comments in my blog!

28 November, 2007 07:27  
Blogger Isadora said...

It is odd that so many would stay on the tree - but the snow makes it all better :)

28 November, 2007 09:01  
Anonymous Lara said...

beautiful trees!

28 November, 2007 11:32  
Anonymous arie said...

love the color of leaf :)

29 November, 2007 01:55  
Anonymous Owen said...

Young oaks and beeches seem to hang on to their dead leaves. In UK beech hedges are often planted for the colour of the leaves during winter when so much else is bare twigs.

01 December, 2007 11:35  

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