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Wooden architecture of the Dinaric Alps

 
Wooden architecture of the Dinaric Alps

Page Type: Album

Object Title: Wooden architecture of the Dinaric Alps

Image Type(s): Hiking, Skiing, Informational, Scenery

 

Page By: vvujisickamilvisentin

Created/Edited: Mar 15, 2010 / Mar 18, 2010

Object ID: 604537

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Page Score: 79.04% - 10 Votes 

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While co-producing successfully three albums of the wooden architecture of the Carpathians, with similar keywords, I came across many pictures similar huts and houses in the Dinaric Alps, and I thought a similar album would be well worth.
As I haven't been in this area, I'd be more than happy to share it with others, and possibly pass the ownership ! I hope you'll find this idea interesting, and don't hesitate to attach more.

Images


Shepherd\'s hut

Shepherd's hut

Medjed

Medjed

Stanari hut in the winter...

Stanari hut in the winter...

The morning on Lokvice

The morning on Lokvice

Way to Bobotov Kuk (2522m)  from Zabljak

Way to Bobotov Kuk (2522m) from Zabljak

Amazing landscape of Komovi...

Amazing landscape of Komovi...

Shepherd\'s hut

Shepherd's hut

Bjelasnica, BiH

Bjelasnica, BiH

 Skrka Hut & Planinica sunset

Skrka Hut & Planinica sunset

Shepherd\'s hut

Shepherd's hut

Shepherd\'s hut ...

Shepherd's hut ...

Mountain hut Bijele vode on Prenj Mountain

Mountain hut Bijele vode on Prenj Mountain

View from Jahorina.

View from Jahorina.

Hranisava hut , January 2007

Hranisava hut , January 2007

Štirni dô

Štirni dô


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yatsekIn Between

yatsek

Voted 10/10

What about leaving out the "wooden" this time? The Dinarides are between the Carpathians and the Alps/Pyrenees LOL, in terms of the building material available as well. BTW A profile image would do.
Posted Mar 15, 2010 8:02 am

visentinRe: In Between

visentin

Hasn't voted

I thought of it, but I'm afraid the album will become too large and multi-purpose. The idea grewn in my mind as I had a recent discussion about similarities between huts on Velika Planina and those in the Dinarics.
What about my link to the documentation about wooden constructions across Europe ? Did you find it back ?
p.s: have a look at the Rozsutec and Swicina pages ;) (just the top;)
Posted Mar 15, 2010 11:01 am

yatsekRe: In Between

yatsek

Voted 10/10

Surely there'll be many a similarity :) Check my reply on the proper page.:) Yep, those changes to the R & S pages look promising. I hope there'll be more changes for the better. :D
Posted Mar 15, 2010 11:18 am

visentinRe: In Between

visentin

Hasn't voted

My interlocutor is not the "Pine spirit" you are thinking about :) As for the link, can't find it :(
Posted Mar 15, 2010 11:23 am

yatsekRe: In Between

yatsek

Voted 10/10

To my surprise, my memory - made in the days of the original DDR (USSR's ally) - still works despite being very slow: scroll down this Azet
Posted Mar 15, 2010 12:10 pm

visentinRe: In Between

visentin

Hasn't voted

Thanks ! Despite digging in the flood of comments by Yatsek on my carpathian objects, I gave up... the reason was indeed that this comment was on a non-carpathian picture ! :)
p.s: have a look again on the album in its totality now, wasn't the effort worth ? :)
Posted Mar 16, 2010 4:07 am

yatsekRe: In Between

yatsek

Voted 10/10

PS My vote is an answer.:)
Posted Mar 16, 2010 4:53 am

visentinRe: Nice idea!

visentin

Hasn't voted

Thanks ! As mentionned, I am not familliar with the area and from your submissions on SP I know that you are much more. I gave you editing rights if you feel like attaching some more pictures (I'm sure there are many) of writting more content !
Posted Mar 17, 2010 3:34 am

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