About The Photographer
Bojan Kolman is a passionate 63-year-old landscape and nature photographer based in Begunje Na Gorenjskem, a small idyllic village at the foothills of the Karavanke mountain range. After retiring two years ago, he was looking for a new challenge and that’s when he decided to try his hand at photography. He bought his first DSLR camera, a Nikon D7000, and instantly fell in love with the art of capturing the moment.
Bojan is completely self-taught and learned about photography on the Internet, but he shoots beautiful photographs, possessing an incredible eye for composition. He has always been a nature lover and an outdoor enthusiast. There are so many beautiful things that surround us every day and Bojan strives to reflect that beauty through photography. He tries to remind people to stop and take in all the natural beauty that is around us.
Bojan started to share his beautiful landscape and nature photos from across Slovenia on his Facebook profile and was overwhelmed by the response he received. He has quickly built quite a following – with more than 1,600 liking him on Facebook. He has also earned many accomplishments and awards on Pixoto, a photography contest site where photographers showcase their work. Most notably, Bojan’s photo won him the Amazing Nature contest which attracted over 2,600 photographs.
Below is a selection of pictures that Bojan kindly shared with us. If you want to stay updated with his work then visit his Facebook page and follow him.
A beautiful gallery containing 50 gorgeous landscape and nature pictures from all over Slovenia by Bojan Kolman.
Let’s start this gallery with a photo of the Klemensek farmstead above the Logarska Valley that won Bojan the Amazing Nature contest on the Pixoto website which attracted over 2,600 photographs. The Klemensek farmstead or Klemenskova Kmetija as it is called in Slovene is known for the spectacular vistas of the Logarska Valley and surrounding mountain tops of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. It is often referred to as the most photographed farm in Slovenia. It has such a beautiful setting that photographs of it are regularly found in travel magazines, tourist brochures and on travel blogs and forums.
The Logar Valley or Logarska Dolina as it is called in Slovene is the place to go for a rustic getaway and truly immerse oneself in nature. This U-shaped alpine valley is tucked away in the far northern corner of Slovenia. It lies in the heart of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps and has protected status as a landscape park. It is still relatively untouched by the onslaught of tourists or pollution. It is a delightful place to relax and enjoy the alpine scenery and nature. For more active visitors, the valley offers plenty of hiking and cycling opportunities.
The Robanov Kot Valley is a sister to the more famous Logarska Valley, virtually undiscovered and almost equally stunning. Known for its natural beauty, tranquillity and inaccessibility, it hosts far fewer visitors compared to the neighbouring Logarska Valley. In 1987, the valley received protected status as a landscape park. It is 4 kilometres long reaching all the way to the foothills of the 2,350-metre-high Ojstrica mountain. It is carpeted with green meadows and hemmed in by icy gray peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, namely Mt. Kroficka (2,083 metres), Mt. Krizevnik (1,909 metres) and Mt. Molicka Pec (2,029 metres).
The impossibly picturesque Robanov Kot Valley takes you back in time, thanks to scattered old farmsteads on green meadows. Here, winding mountain roads keep the crowds to a minimum. On a weekend afternoon, you won’t have the hiking trails to yourself, but you might be the only foreigner in sight.
Ravenska Kocna is a scenic 3-kilometre-long valley in Zgornje Jezersko formed by the glacier that once flowed down from the high peak of Mt. Skuta, the third highest mountain in the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. The valley offers stunning views and several lovely hikes for endless photo-taking opportunities.
In summer, the local farmers in Jezersko bring their indigenous Jezersko-Solcava sheep up to the high alpine pastures of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, where the sheep graze in fresh mountain air, eating a nutrient-rich grasses and enjoying more free space.
The picturesque Jezersko Valley, under the Kamnik-Savinja Alps, is known for its pristine natural beauty. However, one of the most unique aspects of this area is found in its meadows: an indigenous breed of sheep known as the Jezersko-Solcava breed. The breed emerged when local Alpine sheep were bred with Begramesco and Padovana varieties from Italy. The resulting sheep became known for their large size, their convex heads, and the high quality of their wool. They were named for the Jezersko Valley and the village of Solcava, where they were also common. The breed is perfectly suited to the cold, mountainous terrain of the area. Their long legs allow them to master even the most precipitous pastures with ease, while their undemanding nature make them perfect for the Alpine climate where the grass-growing season tends to be brief. Each Jezersko-Solcava sheep produces about 2 kilograms of wool per year, a large output that enabled local farmers living in the solitary Alpine farms to produce an array of wool products for their daily needs.
Lake Plansar or Plansarsko Jezero as it is known in Slovene is a small, romantic and by coincidence heart-shaped lake in the picturesque Jezersko Valley. It radiates tranquility and peace. It’s an artificial lake which was made by locals after a much larger glacial lake that existed in the same place drained away, but this in no way diminishes its extraordinary natural beauty.
The surroundings around the highest mountain in Slovenia, the 2,864 metre-high Triglav, have become a very popular destination not only for Slovenian hikers, but also for foreign ones. However the highest peak isn’t the only feature that has been drawing people to this beautiful area for centuries. At the foot of the mighty Triglav are three gorgeous alpine valleys, Krma, Kot and Vrata. The Krma valley (on the picture) is especially picturesque in spring when nature comes to life with its most beautiful arrangements of color displays and all sorts of flowers blooming everywhere. The valley is foremost the starting point for ascents on Mount Triglav. A nicely marked trail leads through the valley, which proves to be the perfect choice on hot summer days due to its shady paths and stunning views. Approximately one third up the valley the Zasip alpine pasture opens up under the mighty Debela Pec peak with its vertical walls. The valley is hemmed in by grey peaks of the Julian Alps, namely Mt. Debela Pec (2,014 meters), Mt. Lipanski Vrh (1,965 meters), Mt. Debeli Vrh (1,962 meters), Mt. Mali Draski Vrh (2,132 meters), Mt. Veliki Draski Vrh (2,243 meters), Mt. Tosc (2,275 meters), Mt. Macesnovec (1,926 meters), Mt. Luknja Pec (2,245 meters) and Mt. Rjavina (2,532 meters).
The 1,891 meter high Dovska Baba is considered one of the easiest mountain hikes in western Karawanks and, therefore, is appropriate for almost everyone. It is situated on the border between Slovenia and Austria, above the village of Dovje. Towards its top it offers magnificent views of the Julian Alps. In winter, it’s known as an ideal peak for ski touring.
Lake Bled is known for its ridiculously gorgeous scenery, whether seen from the hilltops, as in the photo above, or from the lake’s shores. It is the number one tourist destination in Slovenia. Even if you have no idea where our beautiful little country is on a map, you are probably visually familiar with the place since it happens to be one of the most photogenic and photographed places on Earth. From afar, it really looks like something out of a story book.
Lake Bled lies placidly in the shadows of the Slovenian Alps, ringed by green forests and guarded by a medieval cliff-top castle. At its center is a romantic tear-shaped island, home to one most beautiful churches in the entire world and the wishing bell, a 16th century chime made in Rome and consecrated by the Pope himself that is believed to give luck to those who ring it.
A visit to the island in the middle of Lake Bled is a must-do for travellers. The tiny isle can be reached by a traditional gondola-like row boat called Pletna. The ride to it is a relaxing one, where one can bask in the tranquil atmosphere.
The most prominent building on Bled Island is the 17th-century Church of the Assumption of Mary, which is steeped in romantic tradition. Legend has it that a husband who can carry his bride all 99 paces from the dock into the church will enjoy a happy marriage.
Some say that Lake Bled may be the most beautiful spot on the planet and from looking at photos it is not hard to see why that is the general sentiment. It’s a truly special and magical place to visit in all seasons, be it on a sunny afternoon or a snowy morning when the trees are dusted with snow.
Measuring over 4 kilometres long, Bohinj is the largest lake in the country. It’s located inside Triglav National Park in northwestern Slovenia. For the most stunning views of the lake and the Julian Alps, take the cable car up Mount Vogel, or head for the Vodnikov Razglednik viewpoint.
Located at the head of Lake Bohinj is the Church of St. John the Baptist. It is the most photographed man-made attraction in the Bohinj area, mostly built in 1520 and renowned for its remarkable interior frescoes. The church is visible also on Bohinj’s flag and coat of arms.
The hilltop churches are a distinct feature of the landscape in Slovenia. One of the most beautiful examples is the Jamnik church of Saints Primus and Felician, perched on a hill on the Jelovica Plateau with the Kamnik-Savinja Alps and the Karawanks mountain range in the background.
Jamnik Church of Saints Primus and Felician illuminated at night. On account of its visibility throughout northwestern Slovenia, the church served as a non-fortified signal station in the time when the Turks were invading from the south in the 15th and 16th centuries.
Another frequently photographed hilltop church in Slovenia is the Church of St. Thomas which stands above the village of Sveti Tomaz in the northwestern part of the country. The origins of the church are from the 14th century, but most of the current Gothic building is from the beginning of the 16th century. When there is clear view, the magnificent peaks of the Slovenian Alps can be seen in the background.
The idyllic small alpine village of Podolseva lies under the Olseva mountain ridge at an altitude between 1,020 and 1,327 meters. The village’s best known landmark is the Church of the Holy Spirit which was first mentioned in the historical record as early as 1631. The Church is an integral element in the Solcava panoramic road, and is an ideal starting point for hikers heading towards the Potocka Zijavka Cave located at an elevation of 1,675 metres on the southern slope of Mount Olseva.
The Church of St. Peter stands on a grassy hilltop above the village of Begunje Na Gorenjskem in northwestern Slovenia. It is a very popular destination for local hikers and offers heart-stopping views of the surrounding landscape. The church dates back to the early 16th century. It features two naves and a star-shaped vaulted ceiling. In its interior numerous beautiful frescoes can be admired.
The Javorca Memorial Church of the Holy Spirit is beautifully set amongst the mountains of the Julian Alps. It is located 12 kilometers from the town of Tolmin past the Zatolmin village along the chutes of the Tolminka River to Polog. The church feels more like a memorial than a church. It reflects peacefulness. The church was built during the First World War and is the only memorial church of the Austro-Hungarian army in the area of the Isonzo front preserved until today. Inside the church the wooden panels are full of names of Austro-Hungarian solders who died in this area around 1916. It’s is very emotional. But be sure to drive to the Tolmin Tourist Info first and get the key for the church first. The church is not open by default and the interior is certainly worth seeing it.
Kupljenik is a lovely small village which lies under the Babji Zob mountain, only a few kilometres south of the famous Lake Bled. In its centre stands the succursal Church of St. Steven, a Gothic building that dates back to the early 16th century. The village is best known for one of the oldest traditions in Slovenia, blessing of horses, which takes place next to the St. Stephens’s church every year on December 26th.
Hayracks and churches are a distinct feature of the Slovenian landscape. There are almost 3,000 churches, chapels and religious monuments around the country and Slovenia is actually one of the countries with the highest number of religious buildings per capita in Europe. The church on the picture is dedicated to Saint Mark and stands on a hill above the village of Spodnje Danje in the Gorenjska region of Slovenia.
Nothing is as Slovenian as the kozolec, the hayrack seen throughout the country. Because the ground can be damp, wheat and hay are hung from racks, allowing the wind to do the drying much faster and much more thoroughly. They are made mostly of wood, featuring a roof and, sometimes, intricate decorative elements. There are several different types of hayracks in Slovenia: from single ones standing alone to parallel and stretched ones and double hayracks, often with roofs and storage areas on top. According to the statistics, about 80% of all hayracks in the world can be found in Slovenia.
The Turer farmstead or Turerjeva Domacija as it is called in Slovene is located in the Trenta Valley at the heart of the Triglav National Park. It is a remarkable example of the valley’s architectural heritage.
The Trenta Valley features some of the last remaining high-altitude farms in Slovenia, where time passes more slowly. The peace and quiet that accompany you in the valley are impressive and definitely worth your while.
The Soca River starts its way in the Julian Alps and flows through western Slovenia. It’s nicknamed the Emerald Beauty and many consider it to be one of the most gorgeous and cleanest rivers on the planet. It has inspired great poets from Slovenia and Italy, and continues to wow visitors to this day.
The fabulous Tolmin Gorge is located at the southernmost entry point of Triglav National Park. The perfectly clear turquoise water is a sight to behold as it softly flows through the canyon walls. The circular walk through the gorges formed by the Tolminka and Zadlascica Rivers takes about one hour. Not surprisingly, it is the most appreciated natural attraction in the Tolmin area.
Vintgar Gorge, or Bled Gorge as it is also known, is a hugely popular natural attraction located just four kilometres north of the famous Lake Bled. The highlight is the one and a half kilometre long wooden walkway, built at the end of the 19th century and continually rebuilt since. The walkway crosses the emerald Radovna River four times over rapids, small waterfalls and pools before reaching the noisy 13-metre-high Sum Waterfall. The sheer canyon walls are 50 to 100 metres high. The entire walk is unforgettable, but it can get a little wet and slippery.
A less known waterfall of Izvir Pri Mrzlih Vodah, literally Spring At Cold Waters. As the area is moist and rocky, the rocks are covered by a rich moss layer. This is the origin of the name the locals use for the waterfall: Mahovje, literally Moss.
The karstic source of the Gljun Stream is another beautiful natural attraction that is worth seeing while visiting the Bovec area. After periods of heavy rain, the water literally bursts from beneath the moss-covered rocks.
The gorgeous Virje waterfall is located near the village of Pluzna, about three kilometres west of the town of Bovec. The waterfall is created by the Gljun Stream and is 12 meters high and up to 20 meters wide. It is set in a pretty glade and the pools below it are a remarkable jade colour. The water is so clear that you can drink from it. The place is the perfect spot for lovers of nature and nature photographers.
The photogenic, 15-metre-high Kozjak Waterfall, which is not so impressive for its height but rather for its extraordinary cave-like hall carved out of the surrounding rock. The waterfall has an amazing emerald green pool at is base. It is possible to swim here, so don’t forget your bathing suite and water shoes.
The 52-metre-high Pericnik is one of the highest waterfalls in Slovenia. It is located in the Vrata valley inside the Triglav National Park, some 5 kilometres from the village of Mojstrana in northwestern Slovenia. The waterfall is worth visiting throughout the year, but the most heart-stopping sight of it is during winter when the lower part of the waterfall is frozen into beautiful white icicles.
Lake Zelenci is part of the Zelenci Nature Reserve which lies in the far northwestern corner of the country, near the village of Podkoren on the road towards Italy. Following a wooden footbridge, you can walk to the lake and around the reserve without doing nature any harm. There’s also a raised wooden viewing platform which gives you a fantastic view of the surrounding Julian Alps.
The Javornik mountain pasture or Javorniska Planina as it is called in Slovene lies on the Pokljuka plateau. It is dotted with picturesque wooden barns and back-dropped by the peaks of the Julian Alps.
Vogel Ski Resort, located in the heart of the Julian Alps above the gorgeous Lake Bohinj, isn’t only a great place for skiing but also a very popular destination for cross-country skiing – every year there is at least some part of the area that includes a dedicated cross-country skiing trail. The trails aren’t very long, but they offer absolutely stunning views of the Julian Alps and Lake Bohinj.
The expansive meadows of the Velika Planina, the scenic crown jewel of the Kamnik-Savinja Alps. Picturesque wooden huts accent the landscape while the snow-flecked peaks of the Kamnik-Savinja rise in the background. Velika Planina is beautiful all year round, however one of the best times to visit it is in spring, when the crocus begins to bloom. Crocuses are the earliest of spring flowers. They can be found bursting into bloom, while snow is still on the ground.
Each year in the spring month of May, something magical happens on the mountainsides above the town of Jesenice. Many of the normally lush green meadows on the hills below the Golica mountain on the border with Austria, turn almost completely snow-white. It’s not a late-spring snowstorm or anything like that that’s the cause of this magical transformation, but the blossoms of white mountain daffodils.
Thank you so much Bojan Kolman for your kindness and for sharing all these incredible Slovenia photos with us. You do a fantastic job! Your photos are outstanding and beautifully convey the amazingness of Slovenia!
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Robi Debevc Kvocka is a self-taught photographer based in Vrhnika, whose fine art nature and landscape photographs celebrate the natural beauty of the Vrhnika countryside. When Robi is behind the camera, his goal is to bring out hidden beauty of the Vrhnika area for all to see. His style, which is recognisable through the artistry of his photographs, is born of a keen eye for the many moods of the natural landscape and a life-long passion for the nature and the great outdoors.
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A fascinating capital, charming coastal towns, beautiful alpine villages, stunning natural attractions, and much more - enjoy this wonderful selection of absolutely the most beautiful pictures of Slovenia, taken either by professional photographers or amateur photo enthusiasts.