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Zlatni rat beach in Bol from the air (photo: Paul Prescott)

The first independent exhibition of the works of travel photographer Paul Prescott will showcase Croatia as it has never been seen before.

The exhibition ‘Floating above Croatia’ caps off a decade of his successful international career. The exhibition opens on Sunday 29 January 2017 (12:00 pm) at Bistro Fotić, on Gajeva street (25) in the capital Zagreb.

Photos Paul has selected for the exhibition are grouped under the name of ‘Floating above Croatia’ and their aesthetics are different from the often seen aerial views of the beautiful country.

Paul plays with geometric patterns of land and water tones to achieve a harmonious combination of conceptual and hyper-realistic landscape presentations.

Aerial view of sandy beach with tourists swimming in beautiful clear sea water

Floating above Croatia

Exhibition opening: Sunday 29 January 2017 (12:00 pm)
Exhibition closes: 28 February 2017
Location: Bistro Fotić, Gajeva 25, Zagreb

Paul Prescott has travelled the world by bike, bus and train taking photos along the way of various cultures, communities and countries in an effort to find common sense in the world we share with one another.

His work has been published in a number of magazines around the world, including Singapore and Turkish airlines on-board magazines, as well as a number of various tourist guide books.

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