This is one of those “art” posts I usually don’t publish… but, it waited too long to be online

This is one of those “art” posts I usually don’t publish… but, it waited too long to be online

While I was walking around Tvrđa (translated: fortress), the oldest part of Osijek, I noticed that there are old buildings which are preserved and which look beautiful. On the other hand, there were old buildings which are abandoned and ruined. You could see the difference between them while looking at their windows. (more…)...
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One traffic sign enjoying the shade and one destroyed basketball hoop… the result of a short walk

One traffic sign enjoying the shade and one destroyed basketball hoop… the result of a short walk

A couple of days ago, I had an arrangement for a coffee with my friend, and since it was in my neighbourhood, I decided to take a short walk with my new lens before I went to meet her. I captured a couple of interesting shots (some of those you'll be able to see on my website in the following days), and I decided to select these two for this post. (more…)...
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Good marketing move, or something else? Whatever it is, it’s interesting!

Good marketing move, or something else? Whatever it is, it’s interesting!

A couple of years ago, the Ministry of the interior put a couple of speed cameras around Zagreb, and a couple of days ago, an interesting billboard appeared near one of those cameras. It says "Smile for the speed camera!". That billboard advertises Oryx group (that group includes driving school, driving assist, rent-a-car, safe driving center, etc...). (more…)...
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After an unsuccessful try to capture the most beautiful panorama of Kvarner, this saved the day

After an unsuccessful try to capture the most beautiful panorama of Kvarner, this saved the day

Well, to save you from reading a bunch of text, I'm going to let you see the images. I've photographed Rijeka from the road beneath Ucka. Since the Sun was behind me, I got nice images. It would be better if I had a longer lens, but the 70-200mm had to do it. (more…)...
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