The walled medieval town of Korčula, on the island of the same name – one of my favourite spots on the Croatian Adriatic, frequently touted as the birthplace of the Venetian traveller Marco Polo (which it may, or may not, have been, though he was certainly captured by the Genoese in a naval battle not …

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Paris busker

Busker and woman with a cigarette, Place Saint-Michel, Paris, France This was taken a few years ago, D300 + 50/1.4G Photo © Rudolf Abraham. No unauthorized use.

Pula arena

The Roman amphitheatre in Pula, Istria, Croatia Built during the 1st century AD, Pula’s arena (as it is affectionately known in Croatia) is one of the six largest surviving Roman amphitheatres in the world, and is exceptionally well preserved – despite having been pillaged for building materials over the centuries (you’ll find some of its …

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Croatian Miscellany #1 – 10

The first 10 images from the CROATIAN MISCELLANY series. Click on any of these for a larger view and background information, or head over to http://croatianmiscellany.wordpress.com. 90 more to go…. Photos © Rudolf Abraham. No unauthorized use.

Walthamstow market (2)

Two more ‘old’ (both from June 2009) shots of Walthamstow market, London E17, which I re-edited recently Both shot with a D300 (my weapon of choice at that time) and a 50/1.4G (still a weapon of choice). Photos © Rudolf Abraham. No unauthorized use.