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Photography/ Fotografija/ Fotografia (4/1/2013)

This wonderful place (Goranci, BIH) has been the  location of the first outfit post this year (that I will post some other time.) For today, just nature photography. Have a lovely sunday!

Buona domenica tutti! Luogo incantevole, non è vero? (le foto del outfit un'altra volta) Per oggi solo la fotografia di natura. ( un parco in un villaggio vicino a Mostar)

Ovo divno mjesto je lokacija prvog outfit posta ove godine (kojeg ću objaviti neki drugi put). Za danas, samo opuštanje i slike prirode. Po prvi put me zanima etimologija riječi nedjelja. (ne djelovati možda, podrijetla riječi u slavenskim jezicima su uvijek zanimljiva). Uživajte u slobodnom danu!


  1. Really so nice. lHave a great day.

  2. wow this is really nice, well i always say nothing is as beautiful as nature! you even had sunshine! so that was really a perfect day;)
    love and kiss,mary

  3. Wonderful photos ! Wonderful places!
    With love
    Best Dressed Poland

  4. I love your photo are very beautiful and interesting ;)
    good night

  5. All so beautiful. The second picture is my favourite.

  6. Gorgeous, love the colours and tones. We've had nothing but rain here, so seeing some blue skies is lovely. xx

  7. You live really in a wonderful nature, dear Ivana, and you take always the best pictures! Thanks for showing, now I´m looking for your outfit post on this place :)

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

  8. I ja stalno analiziram poreklo reči, svesno ili nesvesno :) Mislim da si u pravu što se tiče nedelje a slike su predivne :)

  9. Great pics ! You show the nature in the beautiful way...

    Happy New Year Dear ! all The Best in 2014 !

  10. Wonderful pictures ! Nature is beautiful :)


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