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All of these photographs were taken during one long solitary walk some time this spring. The day was coming to its end, the sun was slowly setting and I was quite satisfied with the way the photographs turned out. I'm considering framing a one of them (the last one). I like the last one the most because the building are already in the dusk while the airport  is visible in the distance and bathed in the day's  last rays of light.

Ima već dosta da sam ove fotografije uslikala (nekad ovog proljeća) na jednoj svojoj dugoj šetnji. Sunce je već pomalo zalazilo i dosta sam zadovoljna s time kako su ispale, razmišljam da jednu od njih i uokvirim. Ta zadnja mi se sviđa zato što su zgrade već u sumraku, a zračna luka koja se vidi u daljini je okupana u posljednjim zrakama sunca toga dana.

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  1. co za zdjęcia!!!! zazdroszczę takich widoków :))))

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  2. Super beautiful, love the light over the hills :))) Happy Friday my dear xx

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  3. Great post dear...lovely pics..:-)...Thx for sharing..:-)

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  4. Kakvo nebo, oblaci čine da deluje nekako nestvarno :)

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  5. Love the sun peaking through the clouds :)
    You really should frame it!

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  6. Divne su unatoč pomalo sumornoj atmosferi! Da, zadnja jest posebna!

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  7. Che belle!!Hai colto tanti dettagli particolari!

    Stripes and Converse, casual but not banal on lowbudget-lowcost Fashion Blog

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  8. Prolazila sam par puta kraj Mostara ali nikako da svratim :( Mislim da je predivan grad!!

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  9. Queste foto sono bellissime! L'ultima è anche la mia preferita!:) Buon weekend!

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  10. Prelijepo je za slikanje, stvarno imas predivnu prirodu oko sebe! prolazila sam onuda i stvarno predivno!

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  11. Beautiful views.
    Have a lovely weekend :)

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  12. Hello sweetie... Love your photos... what plans have for the weekend...?
    kisses

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  13. Amazing. It is really interesting to see a city that is so different to where I live.

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  14. I would love to live in such a city as Mostar, I think it's very picturesque and beautiful! I always love your photography. Thank you for sharing, Ivana!

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  15. Vidim da ti je bilo baš lepo. Ima nešto u opijajućem smiraju dana.

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  16. Lepe fotografije, pogotovo one sa visine!

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