Croatia photos: below are my photos of Croatia, taken during numerous trips within the country. I always bring my camera around. I love taking photos. I annoy pretty much everybody around me with my photo obsession. I'm bringing you some of my Croatia photo moments.
Following photo was taken on the Peljesac peninsula, near the village of Drace. There are numerous uninhabited islets just off the shore. It's great to take a small boat and spend a day away on any one of them.
This is another photo taken on the Peljesac peninsula. Quaint village located on the south slopes of the peninsula. I find it really extremely charming.
The next photo is still taking you across Peljesac peninsula. This is the grapevine growing area of Postup, where one of the best Croatia's red come from. Notice the greenness of the vineyards and the blueness of the sea. Amazing!
Sleepy, fishing villages in Croatia are so charming, and so inspiring, that I always try to capture their timeless beauty. Following photo is a small detail from such a village.
Croatia's unspoilt coastline is worth exploring. Wander around in a search of a perfect hidden bay and your own pebble beach. Just a small idea of what you could find.
Dubrovnik is the best known place in Croatia. My Croatia Photos journey takes you through this stunning town too.
Dubrovnik panorama is never tiring.
Dubrovnik town walls are timeless.
Dubrovnik red-tiled rooftops where badly damaged during 1991-1995 war, but today memorable red tile roofs are all reconstructed and beautiful.
Dubrovnik has a stunning architecture. The entire city is a museum.
St. Blaise is the patron saint of Dubrovnik. His statues are on all important buildings in the town. His feast is celebrated yearly on 3rd of February.
I love sunsets. Here are some of them that I've captured in Croatia.
There are lots of charming little seaside towns in Croatia. Here are some of them.
Croatia has a stunning coast and some amazing scenic drives. I have to stop my car many times for these unique views when traveling through Croatia. Hope you'll enjoy it.
Croatian capital Zagreb is maybe less popular than its coastal rivals, but it is not less attractive. Below is an image of Zagreb st. Marco square.
4 thoughts on “Croatia Photos: Journey Through Photos”
Well Hello! We meet again. I can see why you are living in Croatia. Your photographs really capture what a stunning country it is. You go right ahead and be annoying with your camera. Greetings from a fellow Canadian and stopping by via #SITSBlogging!
Hi Thea! Always happy to meet a fellow Canadian. I just bought a new camera, so I’ll keep annoying people around :)
Wauw, really great pictures! What camera do you use?
Hi Nina, thanks for stopping by and for your comment. We currently use Pentax K200D, but thinking about switching to Canon t3i.