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Hutovo blato (travel post/ putopis)














Now, about this nature park (Hutovo blato) I have written a few times already. However, this time I'm showing you something a bit different, photographs that were taken from one of the rent-able boats that are available for sight seeing purposes. I cannot tell you how much I enjoyed taking photos on that ride that seemed to pass so quickly, like all the good things in life seem to do. It is really serenely calming experience to be on a boat and see only the untouched nature around you. For a moment I have felt like I was in Amazon or rather what I imagine being in Amazon might feel like (for I have sadly never been there and much want to). It was a good day, some 3 years ago if you care to put a  dates on event...I remember just being blissfully happy and calm. Hope you enjoy the photographs.

E sada, već sam pisala o Hutovom blatu nekoliko puta, ali ovaj put je ipak nešto drukčije jer su tu fotografije koje su uslikane sa jednog od onih brodova koje možete iznajmiti za razgledavanje. Ne mogu vam reći koliko sam uživala u slikanju ovih fotografija na toj vožnji koja je prebrzo prošla, kao i sve dobre stvari u životu. Stvarno je jako umirujuće voziti se na brodu i vidjeti samo prirodu oko sebe. Na trenutak osjećala sam se kao da sam u Amazonu ili bolje rečeno onako kako zamišljam da bi to moglo izgledati (jer nikad nisam bila nažalost, a jako bih željela). Bio je to divan dan, otprilike prije tri godine ako vas zanima datum...Sjećam se da sam se osjećala blaženo sretno i smireno. Nadam se da će vam se svidjeti fotografije.

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  1. How beautiful is this place, I thought it was like Amazon too.
    Have a nice week.
    x
    Stella from a A Shiny Place

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  2. the place looks amazing!:) lovely photos!♥

    www.lorietta.cz

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  3. Wow, this is nature at its best! Must be quiet, fresh and wonderful there.. you are looking naturally fresh too!

    REGARDS FROM DUBAI xxx
    MRS JACK OF ALL TRADES
    http://mrsjackofalltradesdaily.blogspot.ae/

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  4. Hi :)
    You have a really nice blog and I follow you :)
    I hope you can follow me back :)
    http://chic-and-everything.blogspot.ro/

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  5. Nice pics and I like places like that.

    http://www.fashiondenis.com/

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  6. Yes, I really enjoyed this great pictures, dear Ivana, and before I read your text I thought really you were on a trip in Amazon! You look so happy, beautiful and relaxed on this pictures, it´s a really pleasure to see you so <3

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

    www.dressedwithsoul.blogspot.de

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  7. That sounds great. It must have been wonderful to take such fabulous photos while riding on the boat. Such a lovely location.

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  8. Such a lovely place dear! Nice pictures!

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  9. Mene je podsetilo na Vijetnam ili tako neku zemlju iako ni ja nisam bila nigde slično. Prelepe su slike a mogu misliti kako li je tek uživo :)

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  10. oh, how beautiful! I can't find words to say how picturesque and calming that place is) I'd like to visit that nature park with a great pleasure, I'm in love with such places:)
    You look so pretty on the last snapshot:))

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  11. Great post amazing pics. This is like a paradise.
    Miss Margaret Cruzemark
    http://margaretcruzemark.blogspot.com/

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  12. Your photos are wonderful ! I love nature and you are so pretty on the last picture :)

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  13. Hello Ivana,

    nice boat trip. It doesnt matter how old this pics are. I like it, that you share this with us!!!

    Bye.

    Jennifer

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    1. thank you Jennifer. I really enjoyed this boat trip.

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