Today I’m featuring this beautiful door picture from Mali Losinj in Croatia taken by Dr. Cacinda Maloney from PointsandTravel Blog because similarly to Cacinda I love taking pictures of doors!
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Photo Story: Mali Losinj, Croatia
Hey, do you want to go to Croatia?
What? Of course, I want to go, when?
Next week… It was not as if my travel schedule wasn’t full enough, but who could say NO to Croatia? It was over a year ago that I had typed these words: CROATIA, to the top of my #bucketlist on my website.
I have been in the travel business for over 5 years now and I often hear about all the wonderful places to visit in this world.
Whisperings of Croatia have been going on for a while now. I knew there was a reason that Croatia was near the top of my list and I was ready to find out why.
Currently, Croatia, Easter Island, and Iceland are at the top of my list for 2017, but for some reason, they had eluded me (until now!).
I was super happy to mark #Croatia from my list, but after my trip there, I can tell you I AM NOT DONE with Croatia yet!!!
I hope to return in 2018 and many times more after that. Have you been? So what is the deal with the pink tourist office photo?
I captured that photo in the little fisherman’s village of Mali Losinj on the island of Losinj, Croatia.
The minute I saw it, I knew it would be perfect for a photograph. I happened to be a crazy #door fan and love colours, so snapped it right up and couldn’t wait to see how it turned out! What do you think? Do you capture door photos on your travels? I think at this point, I have enough door photos for a door coffee table book!
Mali Losinj (Italian: Lussinpiccolo, Venetian: Lusinpicolo) is a town and municipality in the Primorje-Gorski Kotar County, on the island of Lošinj, in western Croatia.
At the time of the 2011 census, there were 8,116 inhabitants, of whom 86% were Croats.
The town was first mentioned in 1398, under the name Malo selo (“small village”).
In 1868, it experienced its golden year. There were as many as eleven shipyards, and it became the place with the largest and most developed merchant marine in the Adriatic Sea, even ahead of cities like Rijeka, Trieste and Venice.
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