Posted by Madhu on May 19, 2016 in Croatia, Travel | 24 Comments
At the ‘Greetings to the Sun’ installation on the Zadar waterfront. And here I was, thinking the Hitchcock quote was all hype!
Brilliant, isn’t it, and that’s as lovely a shot as I’ve seen of the installation, Madhu. Hugs! 🙂
I love how you captured the people’s silhouette instead of the sun itself, Madhu. It makes the photo much more atmospheric and romantic.
Very beautiful shot!
What a beautiful photo!!
That’s simply beautiful Madhu…
Zadar must have been a wonderful place to vist Madhuk your photo is fab, I hope you have one with you there too?
Oh that is gorgeous! A beautiful photograph of a beautiful sunset. Now I want to go there!
Stunning shot! Chapeau!
Stunning image there, Madhu, and I enjoyed the Hitchcock quote, thank you for sharing
You should submit this photo to Nat Geo!
That is a brilliant photo!
What an amazing picture! Love it!
This is stunning Madhu.
Oh how I love this silhouette! Wonderful!
Awesome, nature at its best!
Lovely click Madhu. The entire setting is beautiful!
Zadar is magic! If you’re interested, here’s post I made about Zadarhttp://xomarina.com/zadar-european-best-destination-2016/
Wonderful, Madhu. Some years ago, I was often in Zadar this time of year for business trips and I met the architect of sea organ. I hope you got the chance to listen to it.
No Paula 😦 The organ was under repair! Will apparently not be put back until the end of the month! Our landlord was quit flummoxed over why they would take it out at the beginning of the season instead of during winter.
Don’t feel bad about it, when in function, they could not be heard at all times; it required a special type of wind.
A dreamy, wondrous shot. The reflections of the changing sky and silhouettes add such magic to the photo. I imagine it was even better in person! Thanks for sharing, Madhu – I had no idea about that installation until I read your post.
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