Skadarlija is a vintage street, generally considered the main bohemian quarter of Belgrade, styled as the little Montmartre.
It is less than 400 metres long, yet is one of the most famous streets in the town. Restaurants there are proud of their lists of worldwide celebrities and epicurians who visited them over the decades.
Even Alfred Hitchcock ended his diet in Skadarlija.
But this is not a photo about Skadarlija, although the place is the same. It's about the gentle touch of Košava, famous Belgrade wind which starts in Romania, follows the Danube through the Iron Gate where it gains a jet effect, continues to Belgrade and moves far south to Bulgaria.
And, of course, it's about Belgrade girls.