Skip to main content

More


Comments

  1. The sea ​​in its vastness, sometimes agitated and each time with a calming effect on people. <3

    ReplyDelete
  2. Beautiful :)

    www.marrtab.blogspot.com

    ReplyDelete
  3. Lovely!!!
    Have a nice day!!!:)))

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

    ReplyDelete
  4. I've been working so hard that i have not done any blog visiting in a while - so i've just caught up with reading some of your past posts. In one of them you mention that your health has not been so good this summer.... and now I'm also reminded of the tremendously thoughtful, empathetic comment you left on my post reflecting on my spine surgery. Thank you for the time you take in communicating your thoughts. I appreciate your insightful comments so very much. I always think of you as being a strong person; strong in spirit and intention and in creativity and also in compassion.
    Anyway, this is a particularly reflective image of the sea and sky. It says 'constant'; changing yes, but constant.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. and thank you for your comment...Out of all the photos I took this summer, this one is my favourite....as you say...changing but constant.

      Delete
  5. Che bella foto! :)

    http://julesonthemoon.blogspot.it/

    ReplyDelete
  6. The sea is one of those miracle which nature provides us with. So sorry that some people don't really understand the whole beauty of it. By the way in russian language we say just the same "море" (more):)))

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I know:) and I do agree...sea is really a miracle!

      Delete

Post a Comment

All your comments mean a lot to me, even the criticism. Naravno da mi puno znači što ste uzeli vrijeme da nešto napišete, pa makar to bila i kritika. Per me le vostre parole sono sempre preziose anche quando si tratta di critiche.

Popular posts from this blog

February recap / sažetak veljače

You have seen (more or less) what was February like for me. Now tell me... what was February like for you? Are you happy that it's already March or do you feel like time is flying too fast?Are you looking forward to the spring?

 As far as blogging goes, it seems that I have became more focused on fashion illustrations. In the next month the illustrations will have their place, but there will be more focus on DIY....or at least I think so, because I'm kind of heading in that direction. Apart from that, I have no plans. I have so many ideas when it comes to what I want to blog about, that I often have hard time deciding what not to include. As always, feel free to write about what you would like to see.

Vidjeli ste (više-manje) kako sam provela veljaču...sada mi recite, kakav je vama bio prošli mjesec? Veselite li se proljeću? Jeste li jedva dočekali ožujak ili vam je vrijeme prebrzo proletjelo? Ne zaboravite da nam možda i nije još stiglo i da ime za mjesec ožujak potječe od st…

Wearing the First Dress I Ever Made: A Grey Midi Dress

Here it is: the first dress I have ever made entirely by myself. I did make some summer dresses in the past, but I had sown them without a pattern and a sewing machine and at any rate I wouldn't call them very accomplished. I mean, they weren't nearly as polished as this dress and they were not nearly as complex to make. I'm very happy with how this dress turned out. I'm even happier I took this sewing course in the first place because now I can make more dresses like this one! If you remember my November highlights post, you might remember that I've mentioned how I've recently finished a beginning fashion tailoring and sewing course with designer Stanka Zovko. 

I promised to show you the dress I made for my course 'graduation'. At the end of this lovely sewing course, you get to choose not only what you're going to make, but also the material and the pattern.  The sewing pattern is typically chosen from one of the sewing magazines this designer has …

How To Style Animal Print? + An Autumnal Fairy Tale at Ethno Village Near Medugorje

With winter at our doorstep, I think it's important to make the most out of the left over autumn days. With that in mind, my husband and I payed another visit to our favourite (still not officially opened!) ethno village in vicinity of Medugorje. I wrote about this eco/ethno village a number of times, so if you want to know more (or just see more photographs) feel free to check out my old posts herehereherehere and here.  Autumn is Herzegovina is always gorgeous, and this year hasn't been an exception. We had some sudden weather changes and drastic changes of temperature, but I would still describe this autumn as a beautiful one. The Sunday this photographs were taken on was rather gorgeous, so I'm certainly glad we went on this little trip. I know I'm repeating myself, but I do cherish moments like this. Every time I step into this little village, I feel as if the time has stopped or rather like I have just travelled in time. It's such a charming place! I h…