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Pink Wing 2017: Start of the tour in the center of Zagreb

After I spent a couple of amazing hours photographing the Lion’s Run 2017 tour (check two articles: Lion’s Run 2017: Too many super/hypercars, not much time… and Lion’s Run 2017: The next morning, still amazing experience), I’ve continued with these tours. The latest one was the Wings for Life, which was the second time it

Lion’s Run 2017: The next morning, still amazing experience

It’s been less than 12 hours since I uploaded a post about the Lion’s Run arrival yesterday. I thought that was it, but this morning I decided to go to the Hotel Esplanade and take a couple of photos while the participants are leaving. Without further ado, here are the photos I got there…

Lion’s Run 2017: Too many super/hypercars, not much time…

This has been an interesting weekend. From the first stage of the 43rd INA Delta Rally on Friday, to the amazing Lion’s Run I’ve photographed yesterday. I know you’re here to watch the gallery, and not to use your precious time on reading… From the Audi R8, Bentley Continental GTC, Mercedes AMG GT-s, a couple

Mercedes GLE with more than 50.000 euros worth equipment

My first encounter with the Mercedes GLE was in October 2015, and I would say that I was impressed with the car itself. Since it is a successor of the, we could say a legendary, ML Class, it was a big deal for me! I can’t remember the price, but you would guess correct if you

All cars from the AutoIQ magazine era are in this post

In the post about the Abarth 595 Competizione I wrote that that was the last car I’ve photographed for the AutoIQ Magazine. It have been weeks since I decided that I’m going to gather ALL the cars I’ve photographed, but I am just to lazy to sit down and do it. I had the images

I spent a day with a beautiful looking SUV from Mercedes

It was one of those days: I had a chance to end my daily job at 3pm on Friday, and I had a car on a test. I like when those two things align. Also, as you can see it wasn’t some boring city car like the… ok, without mentioning “boring city cars”, it was