This afternoon I decided to pay a visit to the Museum of Modern Art in Dubrovnik for Steve McCurry’s exhibition; many people might not know him by his name, but one of his pictures, named ‘Afghani girl’, appeared on National Geographic, gave him a fame that surely precedes him (google it, it is worth it).
The exhibition is incredible, probably one of the best I have been so far, concerning photography. His technique is impressive; he can really transmit strong feelings with his photos, which mostly involve portraits of people from distant countries. If you have the chance, check it out, its photography is breathtaking; the beautiful museum is fully used for this exhibition, which is very well set up.
The exhibition also includes the reportage National Geographic did few years ago to search for the now-famous Afghani girl.
After the visit, I kept on walking on the street I used to get to the museum.
The road follows the coast for several kilometers and ends up to another area, called Viktorija.
From the street the view of the island of Lokrum is very prominent, which makes the view more interesting. (see picture at the beginning of the post)