Windows: A Quiet Moment In Dubrovnik

Originally published as part of a post on walking Dubrovnik’s city walls, this image sprung to mind immediately when I thought of windows.  These two school girls were taking a break just before their bell rang for class. I had also just reached a particularly tranquil part of my walk with no other tourists nearby.…

The Revival Of A Roman Palace in Split, Croatia

Through the narrow windows of the cathedral’s bell tower, the landscape was split in two. Dazzling blue sky sliced across layers of terracotta rooftops and behind them, lay the Adriatic Sea. From this vantage point, I could see old and new Split. Behind the roman buildings, mundane high-rises eventually gave way to the looming limestone…

In Pictures: Dubrovnik’s Ancient Walls

Around the coastal city of Dubrovnik, solid ochre stone drops directly onto natural cliffs that plunge into the turquoise sea below. The ramparts of its protective walls once used for defence and embattlement, today stage thriving activity of a different kind.   Camera-laden visitors from cruise ships and guesthouses, parade this famous pathway from dawn…