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Postcards from Dalmatia (island Hvar) / Razglednice iz Dalmacije (otok Hvar)









 

 




 












All of these photographs were taken this summer. This is pretty much how my childhood looked like (in the summertime) . Southern bays of island Hvar. Not much has changed since then and for that I'm grateful.

Sve sam ove fotografije uslikala ljetos. Ovo je zapravo prilično točan prikaz moga  djetinjstva (ljeti). Južne uvale otoka Hvare. Nije se puno izmjenilo i na tome sam zahvalna.

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  1. Well you had a beautiful childhood! What a gorgeous landscape!
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  2. Questi scatti sono magici, rapiscono!
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  3. Beautiful landscape!
    I love the sea!
    Judy
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  4. Che bel tramonto, non ci sono mai stata! Lucy www.tpinkcarpet.com

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  5. I like Croatia but I have never been on Hvar. I would like to. xa
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  6. kochana, co za widoki!!! jestem zauroczona i ... rozmarzona;)

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  7. Che bel posto Ivana! Bellissime foto!

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  8. You had a great childhood then, these places are so beautiful and...wild!
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  9. Bas kao sa razglednice :) Veliki lajk... divne su!

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  10. Jao što je lepo!!
    Nisam nikada bila, ali imam veliku želju doći! :)

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  11. Obožavam Hvar! :)
    I u mom djetinjstvu je igrao glavnu ljetnu ulogu, tako sam sretna zbog toga i uvijek mu se rado vraćam :)

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  12. So serene and beautiful. This will make me so relaxed everyday.

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  13. So pretty! This place is amazing-- I love the trees and the water. Such simplistic beauty.

    Daisy | Simplicity Relished

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  14. Hello,

    Very nice pics ! :D

    Sarah, http://sarahmodeee.blogspot.fr/

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  15. Lovely photos! I love the water, so calm and serene.

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    Aniekeme for TFLA

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  16. Your pics look amazing
    and it is such a beautiful place.

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  17. Nažalost, nisam nikad bila na Hvaru niti u tom delu primorja, ali vidim da je lepo mesto i da ima onaj šarm koji ja mnogo volim.

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  18. Beautiful place!! <3 great photos !

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  19. Kao prvo jedno veliko bravo! :) Baš sam nekako predosećala da će biti sve ok i mnogo mi je drago! :)
    Hvar stvarno deluje rajski i nekako smirujuće <3

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  20. These photos looks beautifull I wanna be there!!!

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  21. Looks so relaxing. Great post. FYI: Last week to win a pair of sunglasses for yourself and a friend.

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  22. sigh...you have the most gorgeous scenery...just lovely!!

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  23. Looks so beautiful :D

    xx

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  24. Thanks for stopping by my blog earlier! Beautiful pictures. This looks like an incredibly peaceful place :)

    Jasmin xx

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  25. How special to be able to capture still the feeling of place and time of your childhood summers. These are such evocative photos; they transport me as an onlooker. I just want to swim...and swim...

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  26. Beautiful post, really interesting! Kisses dear, have a good evening! xo

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  27. Gorgeous! Looks so beautiful :)

    Nicole
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  28. This place is a dream. Thank you to share all this beautiful photos with us ;)

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  29. Jao, Hvar je predivan. Ovi mi je bas probudilo nostalgiju. Predugo je proslo otkako sam bila tamo. :(

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  30. Eh Dalmacija moja... Prije par dana sam se vratila iz Dalmacije i vec mi uzasno nedostaje... Mogu ja otici i na kraj svita ali niko ne moze izvaditi Dalmaciju iz mene :)

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  31. OMG ! My suburd seems so sad compared to this beautiful place ! I'd love to live here !
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  32. Like your foto so much. have a nice week end

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  33. Che bel posto! Sono stupende queste foto!:)

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  34. Place looks amazing. And that sky.......ahhhh!!!!!!!!
    XOXO from Shanghai

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