One of the beautiful models we worked with in Dubrovnik, I can’t decide if I like the black and white image or the color image? let me know what you like……….
During our stay in Dubrovnik Toni’s Spagetti was highly recommended, off one of the little laneways just off the Stratun it is easy to find – but you do have to pass at least one pizza joint – and it is hard to tell where one restaurant stops and another one starts, it is worth the time to find. The food is fresh, well cooked and simple, and a great idea when looking for something other than seafood! The staff is very friendly, give it a try and tell them I sent you!
I had such a great day at the workshop and could hardly get to sleep last night! We spent the morning going over images from everyone, David and Gordon providing very positive and helpful information and critiquc, then we were out shooting for about 5 hrs. As David said learning to play with light, challenging our knowledge, our gear as well as our comfort zone. I can hardly wait to see what we do today!
Wandering the streets of Dubrovnik yesterday we found this wonderful little terrace restuarant near the city wall, we have’t yet had time to try out the food, but hopefully tonight after the workshop, if I am not too tired. There is about 8 flights of very steep steps up to the restuarnt. The reward, other than the food will be the view, so you can be pretty sure that I will make the walk and hope to have a picture tomorrow for you.
Bill and I went out for breakfast, well bruch actually. The Stadun or main street in the old town of Dubrovnik is lined with cafes, we choose a table new are St Blaise’s Church. These guys were playing Jazz for the crowd, a great way to start the day. They were selling cd’s but unfortunately I didn’t pick one up or get the name of the band! I thought they would be there for a while, left to see Rector’s Place, and when we came back to the street they were gone. Maybe they will be back tomorrow.
oct 7, 2011 – I have since been in touch with the double base player, the group is called the Dubrovnik Jazz Trio you can hear their music at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oZ5KxFLIWNM, give them a listen!
Last night we attended the cultural center in Dubrovnik, just outside the city walls, a short walk from our apartment to watch the Croatian folk dancers. Katrina, the young girl who is our hostess dances with the group and told us about the show. It was a great evening. 100 Kuna per person, I am still not sure what that means in thers of my money – but it is about 13 Euro!
Don’t picture fool you there are lots of great beaches, this is a little bar where you can sit among the rocks and watch the sunset. There are not more that a table or two on each rock and the rope light shows you were to walk, the view is spectacular.
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- Twilight Nights in Dubrovnik … (travelphotomedia.com)
Venice Italy at sunrise, a quiet morning, before the tourists are up and about, the gondolas rocking quietly with the waves.
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- Venice at night, bridge to Rialto (jmeyersforeman.wordpress.com)