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.
Last Sunday I accidentally saw on the internet an interesting photo showing a crane lifting up a some sort of a construction machine, and it was when the workers weren’t there. The reason for that was that the workers wanted to secure their equipment from somebody stealing it, and I thought it looked funny. So, since it was 10 minutes away from my apartment, I grabbed my equipment and went there to take a couple of photos of it.
There are many underpasses in Zagreb, and a couple of months ago, I captured a couple of interesting photos in one of the underpasses in the New Zagreb (Novi Zagreb). While I was entering this one, I hoped that I’m going to get a couple of mysterious shots of it, but there weren’t enough people to create the atmosphere and I only could get these two shots.
The graffiti wall on the Branimirova street, which is 153 meters long, three meters high, and wide 40 centimeters, is part of the past. In May this year, the company Croatian Railways (which is located just behind the wall) decided to knock down a part of the wall.