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5.30 AM

Sometimes, I wake up very early in the morning. Not to purposely start the day off rather I open my eyes for a second, check the time and preferably, go back to sleep. This morning, I woke up, checked the time and looked out of the window. The sky had all kinds of warm peach shades going on. And I remember thinking to myself You know you want to go out and shoot. It was one of those bittersweet feelings; cozy bed but…

Holidays Long Ago

If you’re a digital photographer, you know how easy it is to take a lot more photos than you actually need. Bottom line, it’s all about that one shot that stands out above any other, right? Then, there are other photos that still portray the moments you captured but didn’t make the final cut, initially. Since I’m in between opportunities, I browsed through my random folder and decided to share the unfortunate ones. Also, I wanted to keep a…

Goodbye June, Hello July

It’s summer, we can’t go back. I would just like to thank everyone who read and commented on my last post where I shared my doubts about photography and where to go from here. You guys got me back in the game, I’m optimistic as ever. From now on, I’m just gonna take my camera wherever I go, if the situation allows it.
Yesterday, I wanted take a photo of some golden rye fields down my street (while they still…

Stuck

             January. I haven’t written or posted anything since January. Does anyone still read this? I would love to say I was caught up with work but, I can’t. I just didn’t take as much photos. For the last two years I’ve been in this grey zone stage of my life; not (noticeably) progressing and always in the same place. Yes, I did have some three day ventures (like my trip to Rome) but, when…

The view

Last Friday, we went on a weekend long road trip to Karlobag, a coastal town at the foot of mount Velebit. But, to get there, we had to jump over the Velebit, first. The last stop we did, prior to our arrival, was the famous Kubus. It’s a stone monument in honor of one of the historic trade routes over the mountain, made under the Habsburg rule. Of course, we have new, modern roads now. Well, see for yourself, the view was breathtaking as…

A 180° VIEW

When a photographer sees a balcony with a 180° view of the sea (that happens to be their balcony for the entire ten day vacation), the feeling is mega thrilling. Our apartment was almost at the top of the hill and yep, with a hard core incline. But, as you can see, it was all worth it. I could spend hours on that balcony, day or night. Ok, maybe not so much during the day as there is no shade. I’m talking…