A day in Pirot, Serbia

100 автобуса с по около 50 туристи средно прави около 5000 софиянци тази събота в Пирот… чудо! Поводът за повечето е кулинарен фестивал, за други – посещение на прочутия пиротски съботен пазар, за трети – просто разходка, снимки и нови приятели…

“Lekovito Bilje” means “healing herbs” in Serbian… But I guess the flat sausage decorating the stall is thought just as healing, especially judging by the throngs of buyers and tourists in Pirot, Serbia this Saturday lol… Pirot is a small Serbian town just less than 2 hours away from Sofia, Bulgaria (by bus)… It is famous for its farmers market, while yesterdy it was extra busy because of a culinary festival… The festival hall though was so crowded that I decided to hang out in the winter sun breaking through the clouds now and then… and I’m very happy with my finds, it’s a charming little town…

Camera trivia: I travelled light, only with my Fuji X100T… luuuuuve this camera!! All shots are f/2.8, aperture priority mode, shadow tone -2, all snapped in jpg…

1Pirot-lekovito bilje

2Pirot-cheese

4Pirot-apples

6Pirot-roots

7Pirot-spinach

Strahil

9Pirot-mekiki

3Pirot-eggs

10Pirot-sunny weather

Pirot-bik shadow

11Pirot-bike stripes

12Pirot-biker

13Pirot-laundry

14Pirot-snowdrops