Kotor Montenegro~

If ‘beauty is truth,

and truth beauty,’

both can be most perfectly seen,

in age,

and innocence.

Kotor Montenegro possesses both the beauty of age,

and the appeal of innocence.

It seems unspoiled by the modern world.

Staying here one feels removed from the stress and strife of our messy contemporary lives.

Cheers to you from beautiful Kotor Montenegro~

228 thoughts on “Kotor Montenegro~

  1. Your photographs make me want to go to Kotor, so amazing they are. The first one is oustanding for capturing the moment and for the soul it contains. Congrats for all the pictures, because of them I can almost feel the atmosphere of Kotor as I was there…


  2. Ahhhhhh!! I know you posted this yesterday but I’m just seeing it today and it is PERFECT because I really needed this beauty today to counter the dreadful news. Thank you for lifting my spirits with you beautiful photos, Cindy! ❤

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    • The food is superb! Everyone grows their own veggies, has chickens and geese, that freely roam with no restriction. When I had my first egg for breakfast, it took me awhile to get used to it and realize that eggs are supposed to be deep yellow in color and have a strong egg flavor. Tomatoes, lettuce, cheese, bread, everything small scale artisan produced and so different from the mass produced and processed food we get at home. I clearly think we have devolved as a species. We even screw up our own food. We are getting chickens and I am expanding the vegetable garden at The Holler when we get home.

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  3. You have managed to capture the beauty of the city with your images. I would like one to be in your eyes to discover the magic of your art. Your photos are so wonderful, they look like an extraordinary painting.


  4. As a traveler I am in love with this place. Those narrow streets and alleys take you back in time, don’t they? Have I seen this place in any of the James Bond flick? I believe Casino Royale. Am I right?


    • Europe is having a extended record making heat wave that has lasted the entire time we are traveling. And so goes our planet. Hope the sun comes out soon for you Rebecca and brings the burst of spring flowers that I know are on their way. ❤

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  5. What wonderful photos, Cindy… the colours of the shutters, the wrought iron canopies, the wonderful textures of the walls and the paved alleys, the colours of the tiled roofs,the curves of the minaret -type churches, the tranqull atmosphere, it all made me long to live there, it seemed like a lost paradise, and how wonderful that no world war had despoiled this ravishing place….and not even any rubbish or litter… no coke bottles of fast food wrappers, chocolate wrappings or plastic bags.. just beauty and truth and innocence !!!!


    • You have a discerning eye Valerie. I am now in Strasbourg and watched the BBC news for the first time in weeks. I want to go back to Kotor and live there too! Thank you for your lovely comment and have a happy Sunday my friend~


  6. Truly insane beauty and mixed with so much history! I’m really envious: to paint in such a place would be fantastic. And as I understand you really get a chance to go to all these beautiful places. That is just WOW!
    I cannot even remember when we were on vacation. The last 3 years in 1 backyard and a few rooms. So, looking at these pictures takes a breath away. Great job on all photos! That takes a special talent, too.


  7. Fantastic photos. I love the child with the dog. The city is magnificent and ancient. How lucky you are to be able to visit countries full of stunning architecture and captivating history. Wonderful journey for me. Thanks, Cindy! ❤


  8. What a beautifully written post!Love those lines Cindy. They seem to say it all. I love such places which have their old world charm and innocence about them.


  9. Love love this set of photos Cindy!! What an amazing place– it looks as if it could have been 100 years ago. I’m off to google Montenegro to read more about the country. Your description made it seem like a wonderful place to slow down and reflect! Happy travels!! xox


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    • You have already packed an incredible amount of travel and living abroad experience in your young life! I started a lot later than you! But I do hope your health allows to continue your adventures in the future. Hugs to you and Happiest of Easter to you and your family!

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