The most famous and most awarded Croatian photographers Mario Romulić and Dražen Stojčić from Osijek after impressive timelaps videos of Hvar, Baranja, Motovun, Šibenik, Krka National Park and others showed a new excellent timelapse video that shows all the charms of Croatian natural heritage.By the way, Timeless Beauty is the first video that Romulić & Stojčić studio from Osijek shot for the Ministry of Tourism, and another one is planned, which will be dedicated to our historical and cultural heritage. Time lapse is a technique of obtaining a video resulting from a series of photographs taken at a certain interval that gives the impression of an accelerated passage of time. It takes twelve minutes to get twenty-four night photos in a time laps technique that results in one second of video.We should certainly commend the Ministry of Tourism for finally using the best we have to promote our tourism, which we have in our backyard. We all know how important photography and video are in tourism, and to have such, I can freely say, geniuses when we talk about professional photography, and not to use their talent to our “benefit” would be insane.Let us respect ourselves so that others may respect us. And we have something to be proud of, in fact, this is just one small cube in our tourist mosaic. Relax and enjoy Related news:
Dermot McLoughlin’s veteran Vics Canvas won the feature Paddy Power Cork Grand National at Cork with supreme authority. McLoughlin said: “I’ve been wanting to run him in a handicap for the last few weeks but have not been able to because of the ground. “He’s had ulcer problems and he’s coming up 12, so we’ve just had to use him up on soft ground. He might go to Navan for the Troytown Chase.” Maxwell added: “I’ve won a good handicap in the past at Punchestown, but this is probably my biggest winner. “He jumped better than he has ever done. I think a lot of it was the ground. He never put a foot wrong and gained lengths at every fence. Today he was spot-on and got the job done.” Press Association Ridden by Conor Maxwell, the 14-1 chance could be spotted travelling easily five fences from home as A Decent Excuse gained the lead from Most Chaste, and it soon became apparent the 11-year-old was in full control once he took closer order. Joining issue three out, he put the race to bed with a fluent jump two out and needed minimal assistance to overcome favourite Dushrembrandt by a yawning 10 lengths. Unoccupied finished third, while Sword Fish was fourth.