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a visit to the nature park Hutovo blato/ posjet parku prirode Hutovo blato

Nature park Hutovo blato (Bosnia and Herzegovina) is a home to  hundreds of bird species. I'm really concerned for its future, because the government is doing nothing (or very little) to protect it. Balkan (unlike the rest of Europe)  is a place where nature is for most part  untouched any yet so little is being done to protect it.

Park Prirode Hutovo blato (smješten u Bosni i Herzegovini blizu Čapljine) je dom stotina ptičjih vrsta. Zaista me brine njegova budućnost jer vlada (ili vlade) ne čini ništa da ga zaštiti. Čini mi se da su vlade na Balkanu lijene po pitanju zaštite prirode, što je ironično jer netaknute priroda je upravo ovdje najčešća ( za razliku od ostatka Europe), pa bi je baš zato trebalo zaštiti. Zar se nešto treba uništiti da bi se sačuvalo? 

Hutovo blato

Swamps are really important for preservation of nature and eco balance.

a sunny day  in a nature park/sunčan dan u parku prirode 

warm and cozy in a faux fur






The beauty of this place always amazes me

Thank you for reading this:)

Please sign the petition to save Hutovo Blato....http://www.hutovo-blato.ba/peticija/peticija.php
Molim vas potpišite peticiju za spas Hutovog blata


Comments

  1. Ciao Ivana! E' un peccato perchè è proprio un bellissimo posto!:) E tu sei molto carina! Un bacio!

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  2. That is such a beautiful place. Great photos xx

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  3. You have always so nice trips. I like it. Have a nice day/.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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  4. Ajme šta ta bundica djeluje mekano :D

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  5. Bellissimo questo posto! Molto carino il tuo look!
    Fabiola

    wildflowergirl

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  6. That place looks so beautiful and relaxing! Love ur coat ^^
    xoxo

    novelstyle.blogspot.com

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  7. perfect outfit for such beautiful place...

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  8. Hi dear!!
    Lovely post, i really like your coat :)
    Come back to my new post at;

    http://peaceinmyshoes.blogspot.com.es

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  9. You're really nice :> And the place is marvellous. I like nature parks, very much!! :D Kisses and have a good afternoon!

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  10. Divno mesto!

    http://www.im2style.blogspot.com/

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  11. Speriamo che Il Governo decida di occuparsi di questo splendido luogo... Tu stai molto bene, mi piace molto la tua acconciatura! Caterina www.imieioutfit.blogspot.com

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  12. that park looks marvelous! and i love love love your coat and hair madly;) look so cute here!
    kiss,mary
    http://www.maryloucinnamon.com/

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  13. Love your post! The fur is great!


    xoxo

    Julia from aboyeur.blogspot.com

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  14. This is really pure nature - and your prettiness, too, dear Ivana <3

    xx Rena

    http://dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de/

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  15. Predivne fotkice, stvarno izgleda divno :) Moj je muž Metkovac i(kada smo dolje ljeti) stalno planiramo otići tamo ali nikako... nadam se ove godine! Obožavam takva mjesta.
    Bundica mi je šečer :*

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    1. ljeti je super otići, ima i vožnja brodom u ponudi, bar je bila ovo ljeto (ili prošlo nisam sigurna) kad sam bila.

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  16. Divne fotke :)
    Kaput je prelep :)

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  17. Truly amazing!!
    Swamps need more imagination to admire but the forest OMG!
    The same your coat;)
    All the best.

    Best Dressed Poland

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  18. your fur jacket is beautiful, nice outfit..
    rock4less.blogspot.co.uk

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  19. very nice!!! thanks for sharing!!

    kariotakis

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  20. super fotkice ;)

    <3

    http://elzanapjevic.blogspot.com/

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  21. lovely place. it's always so nice to be with nature.

    http://halfwhiteboy.blogspot.com/

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    1. I agree:) You always have such great locations.

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  22. Nice pics!

    Xoxo

    G.

    http://georgefashiondreamworld.blogspot.it/

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  23. Muy bonito el abrigo!
    Saludos
    http://judithbysucre.blogspot.com.es

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  24. Oh no! The place does look beautiful, its so sad that nature is disappearing or being demolished. I typed in your link but it doesn't work for me? xoxo.

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  25. Thank you for the link, it worked and I signed it, xoxo.

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  26. Amazing coat Ivana. The places you get photographed are always beautiful.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  27. Ivanka, you are always beautiful! The coat is very chic. Amazing combination :-)

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  28. è un bel posto, peccato facciano poco (o niente)!


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  29. Hello Ivana,

    what a great Nature Park!!! I like your clothings as well - beautiful coat!

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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