Roger's cruise photos,
to Dubrovnik, Croatia on Sept 25 & 26, 2015 All photos were shot with a FujiFilm X-T1 using a FujiFilm 18 - 55 mm f2.8 lens.
Cruising toward Dubrovnik, Croatia on another beautiful morning as seen from my veranda.
Looks like the bridge in Boston.
Dubrovnik is a very scenic little seaside city.
The view from the bow of our ship moored in port.
Wonderful Mediterranean style buildings.
There were lots of old antique boat replicas of ancient designs giving bay tours.
The weather this morning was awesome.
No wind today.
The Europeans love to visit this city for their holidays.
This replica of a very old design is in excellent condition.
This hill was a rocket launching site during the war in 1991 with Yugoslavia and the Serbs.
This is the entrance to the old walled city which has a UNESCO rating.
I kept my eyes glued on that 39 so I did not get detached from our group.
The inner city was quite large for its time.
Going through the wall into the city.
The Romans built this water system.
Our guide was very proud of her country and was well prepared to give us the history of the area.
Patron Saint statues were every where in this city.
It was Sunday morning and all the Cafe's were open.
The stone floors were polished from many many years of use.
The old stone mason's did excellent work.
These teenagers do not look happy about working in the market this morning.
Very impressive architecture.
There is the patron saint again at the top of this building.
The city was very clean and well restored.
Patron Saint again.