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03/09/2015

~Andrea & Marin~
POST WEDDING SHOOT

Sometimes, the period before the wedding is quite busy, and there simply isn’t enough time for an engagement shoot. That’s no problem at all, because post wedding shoot is equally awesome. Just ask Andrea & Marin who had their shoot in Kantrida harbor (located just next to the famous stadium of Rijeka football club) a few days after their wedding in Lovran. Andrea was again a little bit shy, but we managed to melt her a little bit. Kantrida is a nice spot if you don’t want people to look at you during the shoot. There is very little people around and usually, if anybody is there, they mind their own business. Business usually  means drinking white wine and playing cards. For the first part of the shoot, we moved around old fishing shacks which are quite colorful and unique for this part of Rijeka and can serve as a very nice background. Later we moved to the sea for some romantic shots…

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Odlicno Vladimire, posebno mi se svidaju ove posljednje u zalazak sunca…

puno hvala kolega 🙂

Not sure where to comment on it, but your header image of the proposal shot is really nice! Wonder how they managed to climb up onto the rock’s top though.

Thank you Alvin 🙂 Here is the full blog post including the header image, so you can easily figure out how they got up there 🙂