It's surprising what you see when you are not rushing to work or back again. Somehow you are able to look above street level and see things that you wouldn't normally see. It helps to be in a town that is not that familiar, and if you don't have a normal camera, you can always catch it with your mobile phone.
Here is what I snapped today with my mobile phone:
A hotel entrance, just waiting for the sun to shine. What I liked was the artificial trees with their elaborate topiary shapes (you can just see at the back) and the silly umbrella shades with green "tree" camouflage over wires.
Very delicate decorations in a shop window, made by origami. The shop was selling gold and silver jewellery.
Another shop window, or more accurately a shop door with a clock face. The shop was selling watches.
Not the best name for a shop! It sold men's clothes.
A street musician playing a home made four-stringed instrument.
Two cat signs advertising cafes. The one on the left has luminous green eyes.
Close up of a dragon (Ljubljana's symbol) from a bridge.
I wandered into a courtyard near the Grand Union Hotel and found that there had been a display of ice sculptures. Only the fishes and the sea horse were left. The rest were now a pile of slush on the floor.
Another cafe sign. It's a very thin ragamuffin.
I liked the way these chimney matched the dormer windows.
If all else fails I can requalify at the BA Tango School.
A lady practicing her weightlifting?
Not a ship in a bottle, but a very sad looking ship in an empty house.