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- WEEKEND REFLECTIONS--Ravnistarka Cave, Serbia -28497 seconds ago Two days ago my friend and I took a road trip to Kucevo, a town about 2 hours southeast of Belgrade. Nearby there are several caves, one of which we 'explored'. Ravnistarka Cave is one of the larger caves in Serbia, measuring 501.5 meters; 589 meters with its adjoining tunnels. It was...
- SKYWATCH--giant photobomber 1 day ago The clock tower on Kalemegdan, photobombed by, I believe, an apatosaurus, but you paleontologist readers, please correct me.See other skies on SKYWATCH.
- From old to new 2 days ago There's a place downtown that holds a crafts fair almost permanently. I love seeing how artisans have taken traditional dress no longer worn and transformed it into something that could now be worn in style.The above is a case in point.
- ABC WEDNESDAY--"G" is for "gravida" 3 days ago Gravida is the term used to describe the number of times a woman has been pregnant. Primigravida is a first pregnancy, secundogravida a second one, multigravida for ones after that. I just loved being described as an 'elderly primigravida' by my doctor when I gave birth to my son at age 30.......
- Sunflower man 3 days ago When I glimpsed this man selling flowers just down the street from Belgrade's National Museum, I wondered for a moment what exactly it was that caught my eye. I think it's because it's a man selling flowers, whereas at least here, you see only women doing so 99% of the time.His sunflowers are...
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