The Best View of Ljubljana Castle
There are moments which catch you by surprise, and this rainbow over Ljubljana Castle was one of them. I didn’t expect much, as it had been a nice afternoon without any hint of rain. I went Nebotičnik Skyscraper terrace cafe with my family, and as always took my camera and tripod just in case. After all, this is the best place to view Ljubljana.
We sat down and I setup everything up, took one shot and lamented the lack of cloud over Ljubljana Castle (Ljubljanski Grad). There was a tuft of higher cloud, but nothing exciting. So I sat down and sipped my drink.
Suddenly my boy shouted, “rainbow” and pointed to the sky. Sure enough, there it was and I jumped up and managed to recompose and crack off a couple of shots before it faded away. As the old saying goes: “never leave home without your camera!”
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