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  1. nice photos!

    www.bstylevoyage.blogspot.com

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  2. Amazing pics!

    http://bellemelange.net/blog

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  3. Beautiful pictures!! I envy you a little bit that you live so near to nature!!

    Rosa
    Styleyourselfinstyle.blogspot.com

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  4. I've always liked photos with water reflections, like looking at another dimension!

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  5. You took beautiful photographies, keep it like that! :)
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  6. Gorgeous place! Looks like something from a fairy tale. Lovely shots, dear :) xoxo

    http://downwithpants1969.blogspot.com/

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  7. Queste foto sono meravigliosamente rilassanti. Sei un'artista a 360 gradi!
    Baci,
    Coco et La vie en rose - Valeria Arizzi

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  8. This looks so beautiful, what a pretty location.

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  9. Great photos ! :)
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    Kisses from Poland ♥

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  10. Amazing ,love the Images! Great Idea :)

    kisses

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  11. Vidim da je i kod vas ponovno proljeće :) Divne fotkice!

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  12. Ivana the reverse photography is stunning! I love the pictures :D

    Serene xoxo

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  13. Awesome!! Love all your pics!! Congrats!! xoxo

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  14. Beautiful nature, beautiful photographs! The one with the sun reflecting in water is just amazing.

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  15. Ciao Ivana! Ho letto il tuo commento sul l'olio di rosa! Possiamo fare l'acqua di rose lasciando in infusione petali di rosa nell'acqua dopo averla portata ad ebollizione, ed infine aggiungendo qualche goccia d'aceto per conservarla. Invece l'olio di rosa si ottiene con due processi chimici piuttosto complicati! Per di più servono chili di rose per estrarre un poco di olio! Un bacione

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  16. These pics are beautiful!
    Would you like to follow each other on GFC?

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  17. Beautiful post, really interesting! xx

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  18. Wonderful nature. I really love your photos :)

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  19. Bozanstvene slike! Hvala ti! Oci su mi zeljne prirode

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  20. That most beautiful place!
    Perfect for relaxing.

    vihpaula.blogspot.com/

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  21. nice landscape pics - really reflections...

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