A Look Into Croatia

Hola everyone.

How are we all doing today? I hope you all had a fantastic weekend and a great Monday. Sorry for not posting anything yesterday, but I had a really busy, and really wonderful day at uni and didn’t get home until the late evening, so I couldn’t really sit down to write anything. Which is why we are here today, hopefully, excited about what’s coming.


As most of you know photography is one of my biggest passions and I thought today would be a good opportunity to once again share some of my pictures with you. Luckily, during my Christmas break, my parents and I went on a short holiday to Poreč in Croatia and obviously I had to take my camera with me. I’m not going to lie, I really wasn’t expecting that much, because, usually, Croatia is extremely beautiful, but during the summer the cities tend to be overcrowded with partygoers and tourists, causing them to not be able to show their full beauty. But oh wow, Poreč surprised the hell out of me. I don’t think I’ve ever been to such a cute place in Croatia, with its cobbled streets, narrow, colourful houses and the calm ocean surrounding it. In short, it was breathtaking. And the moment we got there, I knew I would be spending most of my time taking pictures, which, yes, I did, of course. And those pictures are exactly what I would like to share with you today (or at least my favourites). I hope you enjoy them just as much as I did when I took them.


As always, please don’t hesitate to get in contact with me and share your thoughts and opinions, I’d love to hear them. And until then I wish you all a lot of fun scrolling through the pictures and hope you have an amazing week. And, of course, thanks for reading. x


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