Family
Travel
Design
Steaks
Dumbbells

Sometimes I put butter in my coffee.

“To travel is to be alive, but to get somewhere is to be dead.”

Alan Watts

It’s about people, nature, art and architecture.

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New York

Favorite

London

Lucky with the weather

Paris

Art

Rome

Old things everywhere

Hong Kong

New York of the East

Dubai

Hot

Sydney

No jacket

Marrakesh

Cats

Monaco

Quiet

Las Vegas

Vegas baby!

Singapore

Sweaty & friendly

Arabian Desert

Stunning

Los Angeles

Crazy

Pisa

Barcelona

It could be home

San Marino

Wow 2

Melbourne

Colours

Athens

The Sun

Santorini

Wow!

Adelaide

Home

Vatican

Too much gold

Como

Green

San Remo

Pizza time

Cannes

Rich

Zurich

Clean

Venice

Crowded

Milan

Ice cream

Ubud

Monkey Forest

Lugano

Chill

Nice

Italy in France

Wimbledon

Djokovic

Florence

We like!

Noosa

Retirement

Budapest

Green Danube

Bali

People are kind

Gold Coast

Fun only

Great ocean Road

Truly great

Sunshine Coast

Doing nothing

Bratislava

Beer time

Vienna

Strudel & Sachertorte

Rimini

Warm

Brisbane

No beaches?

MY HOMELAND(S)
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Osijek

Birthplace

Novi Sad

Home

Boricje

DNA

Apatin

Motherland

Herceg Novi

Family holiday

Doboj

High School

Perast

Unreal

Kotor

Old

Dubrovnik

King’s Landing

Belgrade

Capital

Sarajevo

Cevapcici

Budva

Fatherland

Fruska Gora

History

Blue Grotto

Big blue

Zanjice

Crystal clear

Cetinje

Capital

Lovcen

Top of the World

Sveti Stefan

Stunning

Cavtat

Near Dubrovnik

Djenovici

Peace

trebinje

Morning coffee

Subotica

The lake

Balkan raised Adelaide based.

About me

My name is Velibor Kecojevic and I am a full time Senior Digital Designer at The University of Adelaide. Born and raised in  Croatia to Montenegrin/Serbian parents.

I am also a full-time father (a cool one), husband, professional beach walker and a lifter of heavy things (i.e. iron addict). 

I eat meat, lots of it. And I love my coffee and rakia too.

 

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