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Dubrovnik

One of the more satisfying aspects of my transitional photographic road trip is not knowing where I am going more than a day or two in advance, but I had always intended to return to Dubrovnik. 434 more words

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Zadar

My drive from Ljubljana to Zadar took me along the eastern side of the Velebit mountain range, a region of stunning natural beauty. The mountains separate Lika in the interior from the Adriatic coast and I was amazed by the transition from snowy wooded slopes to near desert as I emerged from the Svet Rok Tunnel. 353 more words

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Deceptively Summer

Veli Lošinj (Italian: Lussingrande, German: Groß-Lötzing, Venetian: Lusingrande), is a village on the island of Lošinj in Primorje-Gorski Kotar County in western Croatia.

Veli Lošinj has a mild climate and caters to tourists. 120 more words

Olympus OM-D

Chasing Pictures

I believe I always wanted to travel. My family had a very old atlas in the house and even as a child I loved to thumb through the pages and look at the colorful maps displayed inside. 1,326 more words

Travel

New Year’s resolution - SAIL MORE!

2016 is coming to an end, so maybe now is the best time to decide on a New Year’s resolution. Well, Sherlock Holmes would say: … 246 more words

Sailing

CHANGE OF SCENERY

This has been a busy, exhausting month, but a day at the sea made a difference.

©Paula Borkovic

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This is my offering for Cardinal Guzman’s monthly challenge… 65 more words
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Adriatic Coast of Yugoslavia in 1966

Anthony Sargeant together with his partner at that time Gill drove across Europe and down through Yugoslavia in an Austin A35 van in 1966. Here Gill sits on a rocky outcrop in the shimmering heat of the August sun looking out over the myriad rocky white islands and coastline.

Anthony Sargeant