A group of photographers visited a coal mine in Hrastnik. The experience was both exhausting and intriguing. You can't possibly imagine what being a miner really means until you spend at least a few hours in the mine yourself. It was stuffy, cramped, dusty, and definitely not a place for people with either claustrophobia or asthma. All in all, an extremely interesting experience I'd recommend to everyone (if they can take it).
Jesenice is an old industrial town in northwest Slovenia. It used to have ironworks and other heavy industry, but nowadays the former industrial zone is closed and falling apart. Heaven for a photographer though. :)
It was foggy in the lowlands, so I decided to drive up to the Kriska Mountain at about 1500 meters above sea level and then continue on foot for another hour or so. The views over the sea of fog was spectacular, especially at sunset. On my way down, I even saw some parachuters descending into the fog.