Postcards from Croatia We’ve saved our best photos from Croatia and had some fun making them into postcards.Enjoy! The Never-Ending Story of Pula Review: Grand Hotel Union – Ljubljana, Slovenia SHARE Beetlemania, in Photos A look at a true Mexican icon.Hitting the Travel Wall with Mozart Balls It was the Balls that did me in.Three Sides to Sihanoukville Our best time was when we left it.0 Comments... Be the first to comment Kieron December 5 2011Awesome pictures as always and a cool idea to transform them into postcards! Impossible to pick just one favorite! Reply Pete December 6 2011thanks Kieron. We had so many photos and tried to think of a unique way to do a photo essay on a country. Reply Nicole December 5 2011Your photography always amazes me guys. Stunning photos.If you had to choose one of the places or pictures as your favourite what would it be? I’d like to go to Croatia but it’s only be a very short hop on my way home to Australia. 🙂 Nicole recently posted..Wanting to Visit Japan thanks to… a Snowboarding Magazine? Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Nicole, One of my favorite photos is the top one from Dubrovnik which Dalene took. Love the composition of the building and the mountain in the background. In terms of favorite places, Zagreb and Plitvice Lakes were mine.Let us know if you have any questions if you decide to make a stop in Croatia. 🙂 Reply Brian December 5 2011Wow…you kids are turning into some serious photographers! Thanks for sharing…what a gorgeous place! Reply Pete December 6 2011we’ve had to step up our game to compete with some serious photographers out there. Thanks Brian, we’re learning lots along the way and Croatia certainly is a great place to do it 🙂 Reply Alison December 5 2011Beautiful work guys! You make me want to visit Croatia even more 🙂 Alison recently posted..Our Top Christmas Markets in Belgium and Germany Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Alison. If you go during winter months there is hardly a tourist there, but we heard summer months is insane for people. We traded up the +40 weather for tranquility 😉 Reply Ayngelina December 5 2011If only there were some way to make a living creating postcards! Reply Pete December 6 2011I agree, most the pictures we see on other travel blog sites kick the images in the actual postcards ass Reply Erica December 5 2011OMG these are SO GOOD. SO GOOOOOOOD. Erica recently posted..Photo Essay: Cartagena, Colombia Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Erica, we love your photography so that means a lot coming from you 🙂 Reply DTravelsRound December 5 2011I truly believe Croatia is one of the most photo-worthy destinations I have ever been to. I have hundreds of images from the country, and they all could be post cards! Great post. Reply Pete December 6 2011Agreed, it was difficult to narrow down to 20. Cheers! Reply ElizabethJ_Bird December 5 2011Great Photos. I was in Croatia this summer and loved it. I never made it to Pula though. I thought the coolest part of Split was how half the city is in the palace. Reply Pete December 6 2011Split was indeed interesting especially how people’s flats would actually be in the ancient walls. Thanks! Reply Abi December 5 2011Ooh…lovely. I especially like that last one. Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Abi, it was one of faves too 🙂 Reply Mom December 5 2011Oh my you guys..those are amazing photos. It makes me sad to think you’re not there anymore, to take more. Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Mom 🙂 we miss it too, but there have so many new places that we have opportunity to make use of our camera 😉 Reply Nick December 5 2011The Dubrovnik, steps down to the sea, shot is just amazing. You kids seem to continue the fun at will. Look forward to hearing more in due course.Besos as ever.N and M.x Reply Pete December 6 2011Very kind words Nick. I’m sure you will hear from us very soon 😉 How’s the planning for our cycle tour coming along?Besos a sus tambien, P&D xx Reply Turtle December 5 2011Great postcards! Could you also write some messages on the back for my family? 🙂 Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Turtle, I have to now design a back 😉 Reply Teri December 5 2011Wow – those are AWESOME! They look good enough to be on a postcard. (ha ha). 🙂 Teri recently posted..Wanted: a Source of Renewable (Creative) Energy Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Ter! We think they look better than the postcards that were in the shops. Well some of them at least 😉 Reply Lisa December 5 2011I love these, what a cool idea. Lisa recently posted..$10 Does a World of Good Reply Debbie - European Travelista December 6 2011Oooh these are great! Croatia is very high on my list and these pictures are why. Debbie – European Travelista recently posted..My Travel ABC’s Reply Pete December 6 2011I never expected it to be so photogenic. We had a very tough time choosing these. Thanks for the comment Debbie 🙂 Reply Nat December 6 2011Beautiful, looks like a definite must. Reply Erin December 6 2011Croatia is a beautiful part of the world isn’t it? Your photos have reminded me that we’d like to return (it has been 11 years since we were there). Erin recently posted..Photo of the Week: An Accidental Visit To A Thai Wat Reply Pete December 6 2011It truly is. We never were expecting it to be, and it made it all the more special. We have already started planning our return trip. Reply @jcruzfotodotcom December 6 2011Great postcards! Looks like postcards I would buy! Keep it up! I want to see more please!! 🙂 Reply Pete December 6 2011Thanks Jeff, humbled coming from you. We hope to have some albums set up soon when we get settled in January and have some time. 🙂 Reply Emily in Chile December 6 2011Beautiful photos! I’d be glad to get a postcard from any of these places. Reply Pete December 6 2011Thsnks Emily, if you have a permanent address we can try and send you one 😉 Reply EatDalmatia December 6 2011Gooooood job Pete! Thanks for promoting my beautiful homeland. EatDalmatia recently posted..Restaurant Bonaca – Skradin Reply Dalene December 7 2011Thanks to your beautiful homeland for being such a gracious (and gorgeous!) host! 🙂 Reply Phil December 6 2011Holy crap! You really need to make these into postcards!! Phil recently posted..You Bring the Yam, I’ll Bring the Fire Reply Dalene December 7 2011Haha! I think we just did? 🙂 Reply Sophie December 6 2011Beautiful postcards, much prettier than the ones one buys. The little boat at Cavtat is my favourite. Sophie recently posted..Travel Bloggers Give Back Reply Dalene December 7 2011That is in my top three too, the lighting was so great at that time. Reply Stephanie - The Travel Chica December 6 2011I would buy this set of postcards at the airport on my way home 🙂 Stephanie – The Travel Chica recently posted..An Evening of Luxury in Buenos Aires Reply Pete December 9 2011Thanks Stephanie. I wish we (and other bloggers) could market our photos for postcards. Most of the time I am disappointed with the images they actually use. Reply Amanda December 6 2011Awesome photos as usual, guys! And fun idea turning them into postcards! Amanda recently posted..Your Input Needed! – Help Shape the Future of A Dangerous Business Reply Angie Orth December 6 2011Loved these! Beautiful shots! Angie Orth recently posted..Travel Tuesday – Ubud, Bali, Indonesia Reply Tricia December 6 2011You were right. These pictures are amazing. Thanks for sharing. Tricia recently posted..Is This Thing On? Reply Dalene December 7 2011Thanks so much Tricia! Reply JoAnna December 6 2011These are gorgeous! Maybe you have a calling in a second business – postcard making! JoAnna recently posted..Images: South Rim of the Grand Canyon in Winter Reply Pete December 9 2011haha, thank you. I wish we knew a postcard company we could send a tweet to 😉 Reply Joanie December 6 2011WHOA! First of all, I never would have guessed that Croatia was so stunning. And your photos are breathtakingly amazing. Jaw hitting floor. xo Reply Dalene December 7 2011Thanks Joanie! Croatia is pretty amazing, even beyond the gorgeous coastline that most people just head straight for. Much to see there! xo Reply Ross December 6 2011Croatia is a place I have always really wanted to go to in Europe. Fab idea to make your pics into postcards I really like that! I like the postcard of the castle by the seacliff in Dubrovnik. Is it a castle? Reply Dalene December 7 2011Thanks Ross! I *think* it is a castle but I’m not entirely sure as we didn’t make it up there in our short few days in Dubrovnik, Reply Ross December 8 2011It looks awesome! I want to visit it now! Reply cailin December 7 2011aaaaaaahhhhhhhhh IWANTTOGOTHERERIGHTNOW!beautiful photos 🙂 cailin recently posted..Wales was a pleasant surprise Reply Dalene December 7 2011Thanks CJ! Add it to your list! Reply Cam December 7 2011These are great! You’ve outdone yourself 😉 Reply James Cook December 7 2011Great photos! Reply Natasha @ Wandering Kiwi December 7 2011Hey very pretty! I love the postcard format and the photos are just spectacular. Natasha @ Wandering Kiwi recently posted..Love in a cold climate: Europe in Winter Reply Dalene December 7 2011Thanks Natasha! Reply Nomadic Samuel December 8 2011Definitely post-card worthy! 🙂 Nomadic Samuel recently posted..India Is | Video Competition Reply Sam December 8 2011Great photos. I love your use of angle on the last photo of Split, Croatia.These all bring back memories from my time in these parts Sam recently posted..10 Essential Travel Items You Can’t Travel Without! Reply Christy @ Technosyncratic December 8 2011These. Are. STUNNING.I can’t even pick a favorite! I love the postcard idea, and the fonts you chose are perfect – they really do look like postcards. New business idea? 😛 Reply Pete December 9 2011Thanks Christy. I swear picking the fonts was one of the most difficult parts of making these 🙂 Based on the comments, I need to find the twitter handle of a postcard company. Reply Jade Johnston - OurOyster.com December 8 2011Gorgeous!! I need to learn how to get out of auto on my camera! ACK Reply Pete December 9 2011Thanks Jade. Yes definitely get off the auto 🙂Have you checked out Beers and Beans e-book? http://beersandbeans.com/getting-out-of-auto-ebook/ We have heard nothing but amazing reviews. Reply Jade Johnston - OurOyster.com December 9 2011I actually bought that e book! Now – to crack it open!! And then the hardest part – practice what I have read about! And somehow I have the fit that into working on the website (full time job), looking for a full time job (full time job), and my actual job (part time job) ahhh I need longer days and a home espresso maker! Reply Cherina December 9 2011Stunning photos guys! I had forgotten how picturesque Croatia is. Love the postcard idea too. Cherina recently posted..Arctic Dreams: The Polar Bears of Churchill. PART II Reply Pete December 9 2011Thanks Cherina. Humbled coming from you as I love your photography. Reply Leigh December 18 2011What a fantastic set of shots and I also think you’ve done a great job turning them into postcards. I love the market scene in Zagreb. Leigh recently posted..Discovering Calgary: Authentic Persian Pastries at Orchid Reply Pete December 19 2011Thanks Leigh, that market was so much fun. The people and aimlessly wandering around. Keep your eye out for our postcard series coming up from Italy in a couple weeks! Reply Andrew December 18 2011Love the postcard frames. Love Croatia and great shots. Andrew recently posted..Imker – Maker Of Things From Bees Reply Pete December 19 2011Thanks Andrew. Stay tuned for our postcard series from Italy coming up in the next few weeks 🙂 Reply Ali December 19 2011I *love* these photos!! Reply Pete December 19 2011Thanks Ali! It was difficult to choose the select few that made it to our collection. Reply Hogga December 20 2011OMFG! Croatia has just made it up to the top of the destination list after this photo essay! Holy crap! Hogga recently posted..Seville and the World’s Fair Reply crazy sexy fun traveler December 20 2011Really cool! I’ve been to Croatia 3 times already but I see I should go again 🙂 never been to Plitvice lakes yet! crazy sexy fun traveler recently posted..2P 259 FLIGHT FROM CEBU TO CATICLAN – BORACAY WITH AIR PHIL EXPRESS Reply Laura December 26 2011I love every single one of these! What a great idea guys. Reply Pete December 27 2011Thanks Laura!! Stay tuned for our collection from Italy due in a few weeks 🙂 Reply Mary @ Green Global Travel December 29 2011Beautiful photos. They should be real postcards for sale in stores. Croatia looks amazing Mary @ Green Global Travel recently posted..Green Global Travel’s Top 20 Wildlife Photos of 2011 Reply Dalene December 29 2011Thanks so much Mary! Croatia is amazing, can’t wait to go back someday. Reply James Shannon January 4 2012Neat idea! I think you may have stumbled across an income stream 😉 James Shannon recently posted..Journeying Home To Canada From Southeast Asia OR How To Travel Back In Time Without Breaking The Laws Of Physics! Reply Dalene January 5 2012Ahhh…if only we could make a living off of that! Reply Alexa Meisler February 22 2012These pictures are amazing. Split is my favorite and I wanna go there right now! You should definitely make these into postcards. I’d buy it! Reply Chad @ Road Dog Travel March 15 2012Great photos! I never think of Croatia and palm trees together. Reply Kristen J. - Hopscotch the Globe June 27 2012These shots are stunning! Makes me want to! Did you travel there on a budget? Reply Dalene June 28 2012Well, we are always on a budget (sort of). We didn’t splurge for sure, and Croatia (except Dubrovnik) is cheaper then the rest of Europe. Reply Julika November 23 2012Wow, these are simply amazing! I bet you could even sell them to the Croatian tourist board and have them make actual postcards out of your photos 🙂 Next time I’m in Croatia, I will definitely check out Dubrovnik and Split – they look gorgeous! Julika recently posted..The Beautiful Island of Rab, Croatia – In Pictures Reply Arti December 16 2012Just came across this post! This is stunning, so many wonderfully captured photographs! Thanks for sharing 🙂 Arti recently posted..Messengers of God – Deers in Nara Park, Japan Reply Toni August 5 2013Such beautiful photos! ReplyLeave a Comment Cancel reply Name * Email * Website Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.