This woman is so amazing to be around that I will take any chance to hang out with her. And so, with her being in Europe for a couple of weeks and at a loose end for some of the time, we arranged to meet in Split a couple of weekends ago.
We drank wine on the steps outside the cathedral inside the old palace, ate amazing fresh seafood, had lunch at the oldest pizzeria in town, wandered the alley ways of the palace and were delighted to be caught up in the festivities of two weddings in the square right by our apartment.
We were chatted up by waiters, talked about the things that matter deeply to us, walked the promenade down by the water, visited the green market and the fish market and made more than a few photographs. Though I took my digital camera with me, it’s the photographs I made with the Spectra and Impossible PZ680 film that I adore.
Then, due to airline strikes I ended up with an extra afternoon and evening in Split by myself. I went for a walk up in the hills above the city, and found an amazing place to eat.
p.s. those last two photographs ended up being stuffed in the back pocket of my shorts. not the most clever idea since it resulted in two very mangled-looking photographs!