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Split in the background (photography post)/ Split u pozadini (fotografija)


The star of today's post is (again) my hometown Split. This time it is in the background...but still it is quite a city even in the background:) I'm thinking about doing a similar post but about Mostar, what do you think?
Danas tko o čemu ja opet o Splitu...pada kiša, a ja pregledavam stare fotografije... pregršt fotografija, a na svima Split u pozadini...Razmišljam da napravim slični post ali o Mostaru, što mislite?

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  1. Beautiful city! Nice pictures, well done!
    Have a good time:)

    Best wishes, Alexandra
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  2. Che belle queste foto!!!
    Kisses
    Francy&Stef
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  3. Very beautiful look and outfit ;)
    nice day kiss

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  4. Beautiful looks - like them all! And the background is beautiful, too :) Wishing you a great weekend!

    Vanessa
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  5. La tua città è bellissima!

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  6. That looks there perfect. Really sooo nice and I need to visit Split soon. Nice outfits. Have a great weekend.

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  7. I really like the first outfit :)
    xx
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  8. Lovely personal collection of photos Ivana. You are looking amazing.
    Best Regards
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  9. You have visited so many wonderful places!!! You look so fab with hats on...so classy and elegant!

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    1. actually this is all just one place:) I haven't traveled nearly as much as I would have liked, but at least I have been everywhere in Croatia....

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  10. love the pink + yellow and the HATS! x

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  11. I don't know I can talk to you in Polish, so I'll write this comment in English. :)
    I can see that Split is beautiful town.
    I loved this mural. And you are so pretty. :*
    Greetings, Nessa.
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    1. I'll probably understand if you write in Polish...thank you so much for your comment

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  12. GORGEOUS pics!!

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    xoxo

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  13. Such a great idea, dearest Ivana! Yes, your town is wonderful, but you, too <3

    xx from Bavaria, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  14. Great, do it also with another town on the background. The pix are great! I love especially your first outfit and the one with the bright pink cardi.
    xoxo
    Coco et La vie en rose
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    1. thank you...I'll do the same post with other city soon.

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  15. Nice post!
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  16. Uvek imas odlicne fotke! Super izgledas :)

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  17. Great collection!!
    You look beautiful!!
    The flowers in the 13 picture,the mural in the 12 picture and the architecture in the first,second and third picture breathtaking,
    Best Regards
    Best Dressed Poland

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  18. Lovely Pics!

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    xoxo

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  19. Amazing places ! Beautiful recap in styles :)

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  20. Great pictures, great outfits and lovely places.
    Would you like to follow each other on G+ and bloglovin?
    Dusana :-)

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  21. Lovely pictures!! =)

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    A NEW fashion view

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  22. Napravi i Mostar :)
    I ode je kiša i odvratno je hladno, ne mogu vjerovati :(

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  23. beautiful background and outfit

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  24. Bella idea!!!


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  25. Oduševljena sam sa kombinacijom suknjice i tena kao i onom s šeširom, pravo damski :) Split je divan kao modna kulisa :)

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  26. svida mi se suknjica na volancice , cool!

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  27. What a wonderful town!! And you always look so stylish!!
    XOXO
    Jodie
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