It's summertime in Croatia, the most popular time to visit one of the hippest countries in Europe. It's so fashionable, in fact, that I typically try to escape the crowds and trendy locales and head to places out of the way. One of those is my friend Ozren's house on the southern Adriatic island of Korčula, not far from Dubrovnik, where I just spent ten days of blissful island life. Thought I'd help you visualize this drop-dead gorgeous spot, one of my favorite places to be in Croatia, through fantastic Lomo photography by my multitalented friend Ramona Mavar. Here are the scans of Ramona's great snapshots, for your viewing pleasure. Without further ado, enjoy a snippet of Croatia through Lomos!

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