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Photography (and DIY headpiece) / Fotografija i uradi sam ukras za kosu


spring in full bloom/ Proljeće u punom cvatu


Riverside / obala rijeke

Gdje Neretva hladna teče...

where the cold river flows...



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Neretva
DIY headpiece
Today it is time for photography again. Having lived next to such a beautiful river for some time, I can entirely understand Tolkien's fascination with rivers and fully appreciate those extremely poetic descriptions of the rivers in the mythological and fantasy world of his creation. As the month is coming to its end, I always remember all the things that I wanted to share with you on this little blog of mine, but there just isn't a time or a place for all of them. (and I yet have to find and post photos of some DIY stuff). This last photograph is of a DIY that I have already posted about (necklace that can serve both as a headpiece), but one more feature won't hurt. The spring is in fool bloom along with temperatures that are more appropriate for the summer. Sudden changes of temperatures are always stressful for our immune system, so try to take as good care of yourselves as you possibly can in this period. The health risk is especially great for those in the areas that have been flooded recently, so we need to remember them first.

Danas je ponovo vrijeme za fotografiju. Živeći već duže pored tako lijepe rijeke, mogu reći da posve razumijem Tolkienovu opčinjenost rijekama i nanovo cijenim veoma poetične opise rijeka koje teku u mitološkom i fantastičnom svijetu koji je stvorio. Kako se mjesec približava kraju, uvijek se prisjetim svih stvari koje sam željela podijeliti sa vama na ovom malom blogu, ali nema ni vremena ni mjesta za sve od njih. (a fotografije nekih DIY projekta moram prvo pronaći). Zadnja fotografija je jedna ogrlica koja se može nositi i kao traka/ ukras za kosu. Već ste je imali prilike vidjeti, ali još jednom neće škoditi. Proljeće je u punom cvatu zajedno sa temperaturama koje su prikladnije za ljeto. Nagle promjene temperature su uvijek stresne za naš imunitet zato pokušajte se u ovom razdoblju dobro brinuti o sebi. Zdrastveni rizici su pogotovo veliki za one u poplavljenim područjima, pa se njim moramo i prvih sjetiti. 

Comments

  1. Thank you so much for these wonderful photos.
    Lovely head piece too
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  2. Mi piace la coroncina per i capelli DIY e mi piacciono queste foto! Hai ragione, questi cambi di temperature non sono da sottovalutare!

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  3. Really so nice. "O)
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  4. Thanks for sharing this wonderful picture including your beautiful selfie and remembering us to take care of us. You are right, thanks a lot! I understand the fascination of water and btw I posted today also something about water ... hope you feel again good after your didn't feel really well on Saturday.

    xx from Bavaria/Germany, Rena

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  5. Divne fotke i krasna trakica...jako lijepa :)

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  6. Cool!
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  7. Marvellous place, so peaceful and beautiful xx

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  8. Predivne slike. Prosto se oseća hladnoća vode. Divna je trakica,baš baš! :)

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  9. I'm feeling really awful when we weather is hot, I love cool weather much more. I know, we should be always more careful about your health, that's hard to do, though. I also in love with your photographs and the place where you live, it's amazingly picturesque!

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