Toni Williamson and her husband, Larry, traversed a significant chunk of the European continent by car in November. The couple traveled about 1,500 miles, visiting Italy, the Czech Republic, Austria and Croatia. During an unplanned excursion on the Istrian Peninsula, they happened upon the hilltop town of Groznjan.
"We were on our way back to Venice and took a wrong turn up into the hills and looked back to see this beautiful sight," she said.
The Valley Village resident used a Canon PowerShot SD1100 IS.
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