Croatian Association of Counties launches photo contest “I love my county”

first_imgThe promotion of natural beauties and cultural heritage from all Croatian counties and the encouragement of a stronger regional identity are the goals of the photo competition “I love my county” launched by the Croatian Association of Counties.The Croatian Association of Counties wants to encourage young artists / amateurs to create and think about their own county as a destination that, in addition to its beauty, also offers interesting content adapted for publication in new media. “Croatia is a piece of paradise on earth, and in that paradise the counties take their place. That is why we want to promote all natural beauties, interesting details, as well as the cultural heritage of Lijepa Naša even more intensively. Our intention is for photos to flood the Internet and social networks, and that is exactly why we have directed and adapted this photo contest to today’s modern age.“Pointed out the president of the Croatian Association of Counties, Goran Pauk, on the occasion of launching the photo competition.Prizes are awarded in three categories: the best photo by number of shares, the best photo by number of likes and the best photo by professional choice. Photographs must be taken exclusively in the territory of the Republic of Croatia, and each author can send up to three photographs. It is possible to submit them exclusively online, via the Facebook application “I love my county” which is accessed via official Facebook page of the Croatian Association of Counties i official website. Minimal corrections are allowed on photos, such as alignment, cropping, photo edge shaping, contrast, and color.Photos collected through the competition will be used by the Croatian Community of Counties exclusively for promotional purposes, and you can send them until May 31, 2016. All details, as well as the conditions for submitting photos will be published on the official website and the Facebook page this beautiful tourist story and show with a photo what you love in your county.last_img read more

This is a 2017 photo of Cap Capi of the Arizona Ca

first_imgThis is a 2017 photo of Cap Capi of the Arizona Cardinals NFL football team. This image reflects the Arizona Cardinals active roster as of Monday, June 5, 2017 when this image was taken. (AP Photo) 3 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo The Akron product has bounced from franchise to franchise including stints with the Jaguars, Ravens, Falcons, Giants and Bills before his latest opportunity with the Cardinals.With defensive end Markus Golden still on the mend from a torn ACL injury last season, there is presumably room for another edge rusher on the Cardinals’ 53-man roster that Capi could fill.Capi’s best performance this preseason came in week one against the Chargers when he recorded three sacks, including this one below on quarterback Geno Smith.This is Capi’s second time through with the Cardinals organization. He was signed to the practice squad from Oct. 2016 through Sept. 2017.He’s appeared in 8 regular season games in his career recording seven tackles, one sack and one forced fumble. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Preseason stats can be misleading and it is tough to accurately compare how well players are performing based on constant personnel rotations and differences in sample sizes.But over a four year stretch of preseason performances, Arizona Cardinals defensive end Cap Capi has some of the most impressive stats in the NFL.According to Pro Football Focus, Capi has produced  46 total quarterback pressures from the beginning of the 2015 preseason to week two of the 2018 preseason. In 2017, Capi’s 18 pressures were more than any defensive player in a single preseason dating back to 2013 when the site began collecting preseason data.Related LinksNo matter who’s in, Cardinals focus on self-improvement vs. Cowboys’Complementary’ Cardinals defense can help Patrick Peterson now, later Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more