Photos from Omis, Croatia, Spring 2003
Taken on colour print film with an Olympus mju-II pocket camera.
Church and square, Omis centre
Cat under a door
Dummy outside a shop
The Scottish stereotype even here
Views of a near-derelict village near Omis. I don't know why it got like this; I suspect it was mostly Serbian and its inhabitants were driven out by the Croatian militia.
Vandalized police car near that village. Goli Otok was the prison island in the Adriatic used for political offenders in the Communist era
Shrine to St Leopold (who?) near that village:
Cave and statue
Beside the river:
Boat and sunken car
Restaurant sign with raw sheepskin
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