Back Street Wanderings

Today I was searching through my photos of our 2010 trip to Dubrovnik, Croatia for a specific location and the play of the warm Adriatic light on the stone walls and terracotta roofs of the city reminded me how nice a trip it was. Not only did wandering the back streets give us the opportunity to see how people lived in this ancient town, but we also escaped the hordes of tourists who seemed to be stuck on the main street.

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8 Responses to Back Street Wanderings

  1. Dubrovniklady says:

    Wow, looks like home to me! I wish that I was looking forward to another visit, sometime in the near future.

  2. Nice series of shots. Thanks.

  3. I’ve heard that Croatia is a beautiful country to visit. I hope to get there someday.

  4. If you go, Dubrovniklady is a friend who offers wonderful insights into what makes the place special….you have already read about her in my posts about hiring private guides.

  5. Just a drop in the bucket….we takes 1000s!

  6. Yeah, thought it might look a tad familiar. *G*

  7. wandering away from the crowds, as you know so well, usually brings better vision

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