I'm not satisfied with photo's quality, still I want to share it. This is east -west side of my village Hodbina and one of the village's highest points.These are remains of famous vineyards, who disappeared during the war and after the war. There is only one small fig tree in the left corner, probably a year or two old. In the distance are some houses around Bunica river,which is east side of the village.
One of the most known grapes from this area is Žilavka, a white wine grape variety planted primarily in the Mostar region of Herzegovina, the southern area of Bosnia and Herzegovina. As a varietal, Žilavka is known for its bright freshness and acidity.
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daddo (20641) 2013-10-25 22:06
Zdravo Brano. kazes da rat je kriv sto su vinogradi zapusteni i vidim da su loze nestale. Vrlo tuzno kad covik promisli koliko su djedovi se mucili za bolji zivot. Ali isto sumljam da i prije toga mladi su vec trazili drugi nacin zivota. znam da u Dalmaciji niko nece da radi an zemlji i svi se dali zaraditi u turizmu. padne turizam a onda? Plus toliko znanja nestanu i obicaja. Tako da maslinovo ulje importiramo i vino i voce i povrce. Lipa panorama sad kad su ludjaci i mangupci nestali. Pozdrav. Klaudijo.
jhm (128049) 2013-10-26 0:57
This is a pity it result of a war, these splendid area as vineyard is disappear.
Indeed the picture is not the top quality but absolutely a great value for TE and a lot viewers.
Sharpness and clarity be superb.
Very well composition, good captured, TFS.
Have a nice weekend,