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yesterday's outfit: lenon sunnies/ jučerašnja odjevna kombinacija: lenonice

It seems that welcoming a sunny day with summer photos was a good idea, because yesterday was one of those perfect sunny winter days here in Mostar. Somehow wearing Lenon sunnies makes me feel Asian (perhaps that has something do with Yoko Ono, perhaps I have her image in my subconciousness) and besides they're just fun! Usually I opt for big classical sunnies, so this felt like a welcome change.

Izgleda da je bila dobra ideja jučer izjutra objaviti one ljetne fotografije jer je zaista jučerašnji dan bio sunčan, ako ne ljetni onda kao proljetni. Ja se neću buniti ako proljeće urani. Baš sam uživala u šetnji Mostarom jučer. Izvukla sam odnekuda ove stare lenonice  ( kojima se uvijek osjećam azijatski možda mi je slika Yoko Ono negdje u podsvijesti)  i baš mi je dobro došla promjera jer inače uvijek nosim velike crne sunčane. Nasmijala me neka bakica u prolazu koja je tražila veći osmijeh. Legenda! 
 Some old lady made me laugh with her comments. As my husband was taking photos, she asked me where my smile was, wanting to see a bigger one, so here it is.
 Once more, I'm wearing above the knee socks, this time Penti. I like them so much because they keep me warm. The rest of the outfit is no name. For some reason I avoid mals and highstreet brands.
 Mostar is a city that has many rivers. Obvioulsy, Neretva is the best know one, but there are many minor ones as you can see. If you're interested I can dig out photos of most of them.

 I'm almost one of those bird watchers. I don't do it as a hobby, but when I get a chance I can watch at birds for hours.
 Isn't this just the sweetest love couple? I love ducks, they're full of energy and craziness. You never know what they will do.
 A friend of mine once had a duck as a pet. Isn't that an idea? But probably they prefer living in  the wild.
 These are city ducks one could say. Isn't it great when a city has nice parks?
 I love it when you can feel relaxed in a city just by visiting a nice park.

 Yesterday it felt like spring. Perhaps the spring decided to come early?

Is there anything better than a lovely sunny day?

Catch me if you can....Have you seen that film btw, I really like it.
When I took this photo,  I was thinking something along "Sun deity please don't leave us!"
Thank you for reading this. xoxo

Hvala na čitanju! pozdrav:)

Comments

  1. E i ovdje je danas lijepo vrijeme, čini mi se čak i da je zatoplilo malo :) uživaj, baš djeluje lijepo sve!

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  2. How cute are those ducks??? Bella sciarpa! :)
    Fabiola

    wildflowergirl

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  3. Oh I miss spring ! It`s so cold and white in Cracow. It`s still January so keep warm :)

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  4. amazing pics dear!love your scarf so much!

    ❤ Margherita ❤

    Frivolezze Provinciali

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  5. You're so special, my friend! Your outfit is beautiful, as your smile :D It's a ray of sun! :) I love ducks too.. they're so cute! :D A big kiss!

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  6. Great outfit, love it so much !
    Would u like to follow each other ?

    xx

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  7. So funny that a stranger told you to smile! Your scarf is a beautiful color by the way!
    -Jamie
    http://chatterblossom.blogspot.com/

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    1. People here are very friendly so it is not so unusual. She was very sweet:)

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  8. Lovely picks, it seems a nice place!
    Love the shade of your scarf!


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  9. love your boots dear ^^
    kiss and happy evening
    vendy

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  10. You look great in those glasses!

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  11. Lovely look and photos!Amazing outfit girl!
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
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  12. aww totallyl ove he jacket girl..! pretty!
    my new post is up sweets :)

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  13. The touch of colour is perfect!


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  14. very beautiful and picturesque walk in the woods! me your green scarf recalled the story of Rebecca Bloomwood of the Shopaholic))) you are very beautiful!
    Diana

    double-ganger.blogspot.com

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    1. I always remember that poor Isidora Duncan. (she was killed when her scarf got tangled in the car wheels... My High school teacher told me that story when she has seen me wearing this scarf.

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  15. Great pics! you look absolutely awesome! Love your coat and that scrf is so pretty!

    Kisses, Lucy :)
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  16. looks like a really lovely day. love the boots!

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  17. Thank you for you comment on my blog.
    It means a lot to me.
    xoxo
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  18. Davvero bello il colore della sciarpa!Buon giovedì!
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  19. nice scarf!!!

    XOXO
    Arianna

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  20. Hello Ivana,

    looks like a sunny day. This forest looks like a peaceful and relaxing place. I also love it to take a walk in such environment, specally alone - in this time i can relax my mind and feel free!

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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