Sunset in Zadar

We rolled down from the mountains, through caves and gorges, towards the sea, as if driven by an invisible force. Zadar was our goal, an old Venetian town built on a small peninsula, a natural battleship moored in a landscape of barren hills and precipitous cliffs. Unfortunately, Zadar turned out to to be a bit of an anticlimax, a tourist trap made mostly of 1970s buildings and towed caravans. We remained there only one night, enough to start missing Bosnia but, before we left, Zadar rewarded us with a sunset that wouldn’t have gone amiss in a film.
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One Response to Sunset in Zadar

  1. varasc says:

    Beautiful low light and picture, despite the tourist trap. Well done!

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