A quick update on what’s going on + photos of Zagreb

A quick update on what’s going on + photos of Zagreb

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 websites - the "flagship" Lice Grada (it celebrated its first birthday on August 1st) and the Why Zagreb? (celebrated its first MONTH also on August 1st). And the third reason is - the House of Cards. Yes, I'm hooked! Fortunately, I'm on the last season! (more…)...
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The Radiceva street connects the Lower and the Upper town in Zagreb

The Radiceva street connects the Lower and the Upper town in Zagreb

Radiceva street is one of the most known and one of the oldest streets in Zagreb. It got its name by Stjepan Radic, who was the Croatian politician, writer, translator and journalist. The Radiceva street is located in the center of Zagreb, it leads from the Square Banus Josip Jelacic (the main square in Zagreb), or Lower town, to the oldest part of Zagreb - The Upper town. (more…)...
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I’ve walked on the streets of Opatija many times, but only a couple of times with my camera

I’ve walked on the streets of Opatija many times, but only a couple of times with my camera

Last week I was in Rijeka because I was doing a project called The Spirit of Istria, and since I made it in a single day, I had two days to spare. On one of those days, I visited Opatija, which is located just near Rijeka. When I was a kid, I was often there, so I didn't have any problems with finding a parking lot, nice coffee shop, and a couple of interesting architectural examples. (more…)...
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Rainy edition of the 24th Zagreb Marathon

Rainy edition of the 24th Zagreb Marathon

I remember the 23rd edition of the Zagreb marathon, when the Sun was shining, it was hot, I wasn't sick... I've really enjoyed photographing it last year. This year, the 24th edition of the Zagreb marathon was a bit different. It was raining, it was around 10 celsius degrees, and I was sick as hell (ninth day in a row). The whole morning I was thinking if I would go there and photograph it. (more…)...
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