Silent Sunday

3:00:00 AM Brooke Neal 17 Comments

Dreznik Grad, Croatia  Linking with Photalife

17 comments:

  1. Such a beautiful capture, I really love the whole composition of this #mysundayphoto

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  2. That's a fantastic photo Brooke and an interesting place by the look of it.
    I'd love to know more about it.

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  3. What a beautiful looking place that is.

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  4. That it a really interesting tower. Is the architecture typical of the area with the mix of stone and wood or unique to this tower? Would I be right in saying the top is a more modern addition?

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    1. Hi,

      Thanks for your comment. Yes, the tower has been restored and the wooden part is most certainly an addition. The tower was originally built during the Napolianic wars. This was about 5 miles from Plitvice Lakes in Croatia and the construction of the village is more modern and not so quaint. This area was heavily hit during the Serb/Croatian war in the 90’s.

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  5. This is an incredible shot, it looks like a wonderful place to sit and reflect. It also looks like not long after that the heavens may have opened x

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  6. AS the screen opened up and the photo revealed itself from top to bottom I was wondering where in the world it was, realising it wasn't in USA or Saudi and I guessed Balkans. Pleased to see Croatia in the title! It's a beautiful capture Brooke

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  7. This is stunning, what a beautiful looking place to explore

    Thank you for linking up

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  8. That's so stunning and it looks like a huge building. Wonder what was inside?

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  9. What an interesting tower, are the top sections newer than the rest?

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  10. Lovely countryside shot. So hard to get a full tower in a picture without it being out of perspective

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  11. what an interesting building, what is it?

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  12. love this round tower - a rock wall is my kind of wall:)

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  13. that is really beautiful. what a marvellous building. and the lovely greens and blues are lovely.

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