I already said that I like murals around the city, and I’ve published a couple of those of on this website, as well on the website Lice Grada. The latest is this one, photographed in the underpass in the neighbourhood called Dubrava. It’s the mural of The little Price (originally Le Petit Prince). It is the most known novella of the author Antoine de Saint-Exupery.
Since the AutoIQ story is long over, I have no more chance to photograph interesting cars and publish them. Most of the cars I’ve published in 2017 are from the archive, but a friend of mine got me a half an hour with the new Skoda Kodiaq. I couldn’t resist that, so I took my camera and only one lens (Sigma 24mm f/1.4 ART) and I went to capture a couple of photos. Unfortunately, I didn’t have much time, and the car was a bit dirty, so I had to work with what I got.
Dolac is the oldest and the most known market in Zagreb, and its also known as a place where old ladies (Croats call them “kumice”) sell their homegrown products. Because of that, an artist Stjepan Gracan made a sculpture in 2006. in honor of those old ladies who come there during high or low temperatures, rain or shine – nothing can stop them from coming to their “work station”. The statue is called “Kumica Barica”.