Contrasting the orthogonality of New Belgrade playful hill-like surfaces, coated with moss, appear.
Apparently ‘scattered’ displays integrated into prismatic concrete chambers captivate glances of people passing by, as well as of those straying from the buses.

There are two types of paths in the park: one, prevailing, sunken into the ground - a road that people obtain without resistance, one of yore; the other is a trace which only some choose, taking different, curious paths across the hills...those can lead to sudden glimpses of a peculiarly grand eye.

The pine trees accompany the moss in the intimacy of the green.

The lights coming from spotlights in the ground extend their rays into the infinitive heights.