This weeks’ photo is a triple bill of recent images showing the church of Saints Primus and Felician (Cerkev Svetega Primoža in Felicijana) in Jamnik. Set on a hill that overlooks the northern part of the Ljubljana Basin, this church attracts photographers throughout the year with the Karavanke mountains to the north and Kamnik–Savinja Alps to the east, ensuring that a great variety of views and moods, no matter the weather or season.
These pictures come to us from the eye and lens Ian Middleton, an British photographer who’s made Slovenia his home. For a more comprehensive look at Ian’s work check out his free e-book here, or purchase a revised version here. You can also see many images in higher resolution, find other photo posts, sign up for a workshop, and subscribe to his newsletter here, or follow his work on Facebook. If you’d like to see him in action then you can watch his series of videos showing you some tips and tricks to producing better photos, and these can be found on YouTube. More of Ian's work can also be found on TSN, here.