Yesterday, Croatia met Greece in their first of two qualification matches for the World Cup 2018 in Russia. Croatia won by 4:1 in front of 30.ooo fans. Croatian scorers were Luka Modric, Ivan Perisic, Nikola Kalinic and Andrej Kramaric, and for Greece Sokratis.
After two days of the Lion’s run and the Pink Wing, I stopped publishing here, and that was almost two months ago! Of course, it wasn’t because I was lazy (well, I would say that that is one of the reasons), it’s because all of my free time is spent working for my two other
I started running on the Christmas eve back in 2015, and I fell in love with it very fast. Since then, I’ve attended only one race, and it was the Zagreb half marathon (in 2016; also, it’s worth mentioning that I’m already signed up for the Zagreb half marathon 2017 in October). I haven’t planned
On Friday, March 24th, 2017, I was on the qualification match for the World Cup in Russia in 2018, between Croatia and Ukraine. Well.. it wasn’t the most exciting match ever, which means I almost didn’t get any images. Fortunately, I got some interested “behind the scenes” match before the match, so I this post
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In March 2016, I went to Osijek (Slavonia) to visit my family, and as always, I had my equipment with me so I wanted to make the best of it. I made a list of three castles, which sounded like they could be interesting for photographing, and I went for it.
Looking at it, it kinda looks like a sculpture remembering the good days and hoping they’ll come once again. But, unfortunately, I think it won’t be happening any time soon.