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sa ponistre se vidi....view from the window....

In Croatian bura is what we call the cold northern wind. It will make you feel quite cold, but once it has cleared the air, the island look so near and it seems you could touch them with your hand. I love that...

Kad bura račisti zrak, otoci se čine tako blizu. Obožavam to.

sa ponistre se vidi Brač, barem sa moje, naravno vidi se tako dobro samo kad je bura /island Brač- view from my window once the cold wind has cleared the air 

krov medicinskog fakulteta, more, Brač

view from the window, sunset/ pogled sa prozora, zalazak sunca


  1. Super beautiful views, love the sky as well...amazing!! Happy Friday doll xx

  2. Very beautiful pictures dear!! Lovely place!


  3. beautiful photos :)

    xoxo, rae

  4. Such beautiful photos, amazing view! :D

  5. I would spend hours just looking at those views :)

    1. me too...once in a while I get a chance to actually do so:)

    2. Me too! è così rilassante!!

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  6. Great post, dear!

  7. Ivana, baš su ti lijepe slike! Meni se odmah nametnula pjesma iz naslova koja prati fotke pa joj daju poseban ugođaj! " Burni" ugođaj. U Rijeci je prilično mirno iako se i kod nas bura zna jako "rasplesati". Pozdrav, Sily

    1. hvala:) ja sam živjela u Rijeci par mjeseci prije puno godina i sjećam se kako je znalo zahladiti kad je bura:) a kad sam ja bila i snijeg je napadao što je inače neobično za primorje.

  8. Ciao Ivana! Non avevo capito che vivessi sul mare, che bello!
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  9. Queste foto sono stupende Ivana! Buon weekend!

  10. Pretty view, I always love watching the ocean from a distance.

    / Avy

  11. Very beautiful and peaceful view.


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