On our trip to Croatia I took my panoramic 6×17 3d printed camera with Fujinon SW90mm lens. It was reserved for just two rolls of film.
When you are jumping from one place to another, it is not very practical to shoot with this type of camera. I guess I was hoping for a little bit slower pace this time.
My favourite place
Early, on morning like this one, when sun is barely passing over the hill and hitting calm surface of the sea in a little heart shaped cove, was my favourite place for a swim before masses of tourists flock down ruining it.
At the bottom of the hill, there are traditional boats lying around, posing for Insta shots, more than going fishing lately. Velebit as a blue horizon wall, a guardian sheltering from the Continental climate.
This is a recently refurbished beach out of many in Zadar.
Since Zadar town put in to practice its collectors, the whole stretch of beaches right in the centre of town are clean and outstanding quality. The regular boat crew is taking samples and testing water daily (on this page you can see the results https://vrtlac.izor.hr/ords/kakvoca/kakvoca). One of the rare towns with such luxury, you can jump into the sea out of the street and cool your self down on hot summer day.
I cut this photograph to get rid of the distracting elements, other than that, it is as it was taken. This strong, vibrant colours are mainly due to polariser I had on all the time.
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