We took a late summer break to the Croatian island of Hvar. Staying in the main town we were central to the frenetic pace of the port, and it’s attractions. A constant stream of tourists embarking and disembarking ferries ensured interesting people watching sessions from the many cafes located on the main square.
It has been many years since we visited this part of the world… in fact it was a difference country when we stayed in Dubrovnik further down the coast. And like Dubrovnik, Hvar has plenty to offer the photographer. If architecture is your thing, opportunities are to be found around almost every corner. Beautiful views of clear seas framed by pine trees are a few minutes walk from the town.
Even on the hottest days, I never tired of wandering the narrow streets, camera in hand, looking for a scene that captured my imagination.