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Mostar u pozadini/ Mostar city in the background






























What do you like to do in your free time? Do share! As for me, hiking and photography usually puts me in a pretty good mood.

Što volite raditi u slobodne vrijeme? Slobodno podijelite. Što se mene tiče, planinarenje i fotografija me obično dosta opusti.

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  1. Baš lepe slike, umeš da uživaš :)
    Isto, neka lagana šetnjica i fotoaparat..još ako je lepo vreme...

    Kapege life moments :)

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  2. LOVELY PICTURES, FEELS LIKE SUMMER ALREADY
    new post : http://melodyjacob1.blogspot.com/2015/03/booties.html

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  3. Aww hiking and photography is really wonderful! The truth is I have so many hobby dear! and that means if I have free time I have so many things going on in my mind lol But seriously I have lots of time with me, I'll use it in chaneling my creativity by making artworks :)


    love lots,
    Tin

    mypoeticisolation.blogspot.com

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    1. I have the same problem! too much hobbies!

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  4. The place is beautiful, I like watching tv during my free time. lame i know

    Shalay,
    itsjustshalay.blogspot.com

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    1. it doesn't have to be, we all have our ways to relax and know what is best for us.

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  5. So lovely pics!!!
    Have a nice weekend dear:)
    xoxo
    http://stylishpatterns.blogspot.com.es/

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  6. Still a lot of snow, but I see spring is coming in your area too!! :))
    Hmmm, hiking.....let's go near the sea, would go on for ours walking on the shore :))

    Rosa
    Styleyourselfinstyle.blogspot.com

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    1. yes, all the mountains are still covered with snow! I love walks by the sea, that's what I miss when I'm in Mostar.

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  7. Relaxing place!! Love it. Nice pics
    Kisses from Spain.
    Xoxo, P.

    My Showroom




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  8. Amazing views!! kisses!!

    www.renailsladies.com

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  9. Dear Ivana, first I want to mention that the nature around Mostar is obviously beautiful and I like also the look you work for your hike. The red cap looks amazing on you! What I do in my free time? If I don't read, blog or work in or outside our house I try to be as much in the nature. In summer we are hiking in the Bavarian mountains or here in the nature round about our village. Or we bike with passionate. Today I had the first bike tour with my new mountain bike and also on some streets here we have still snow it was a wonderful trip. I think this is really a thing we have in common that we both like it to be outside and I appreciate like you that such activities bring always good mood :) Happy weekend!
    xx from Germany/Bavaria, Rena
    www.dressedwithsoul.com

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  10. Bellissime queste foto, un posto stupendo!
    Alessia
    THECHILICOOL
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    Kiss

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  11. co za artystyczne zdjęcia ! :) piękny wyskok!

    http://lamodalena.blogspot.com

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  12. Lovely pictures, I love the snow on the mountains in the distance, would love to see these :)

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    1. they are quite spectacular and some of them were featured in my posts. however, I prefer to visit them when the snow melts.

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  13. I ja obožavam duge šetnje sa društvom i opuštanje, naravno uvek zabeležim nešto interesantno na kameri i mislim da jako lepe slike se može napraviti u prirodi :)

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  14. Stunning pictures. ^^
    New post is online...

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  15. Yes, walks in the woods all alone, in serne nature, often bring me such peace. And taking pictures is certainly a part of it too. I am so jealous of your mountains. I have always lived in a very flat place and the sight of mountains always fills me with inspiration. xoxo

    All Things Bright and Lovely

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    1. I adore the mountains, but getting on top of them is not so easy:)

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  16. Thanks for sharing the lovely shots, Ivana! Really delighted to know you're an ex-crew too. Hi-five, dear! xoxo

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  17. I love doing photography too. Too bad I didn't have much time due to homeworks lately :(
    Anyway, nice view! I'd love to visit that place someday <3

    Take care,
    Rizuna from 100% Nerd

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  18. Kako će ti ovo sve biti još ljepše kad konačno zatopli i sve zazeleni :))
    Ja u slobodno vrijeme šetam s Fridom, to mi je najdraža stvar na svijetu :)

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    1. Frida je sigurno odlično društvo:) baš ima neki pogled koji otopi:)

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  19. Odlican post! ♥
    http://dianadblogging.blogspot.com/

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  20. Amazing outfit and great pictures!

    http://freshisyummy.blogspot.com/2015/03/trouble.html

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  21. Stvarno mi se svidja ovaj post. I ja volim da uzmem svoju kameru i idem vani. Nekako je stvarno lijepo i mogu da se opustim. Odlicne su ti slike.

    LEJA

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  22. Priroda i šetnje su one što mene opušta ali od kada sam mama i još k tome sad i debelo trudna mama, slobodnog vremena neće biti baš puno! :)

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  23. Kako je ovo lepo! Uživancija! Znaš već da ja najviše volim da se izgubim negde, bilo po gradu, nekom obližnjem mestu ili negde daleko :)

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  24. Pretty scenery! I enjoy photography as well and going out to try new restaurants with my husband. I like to eat :)

    Rowena @ rolala loves

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  25. In my language this would look like: "Svobodno vreme", just in Cyrillic ;))

    Loved the photos! I miss wide open views and the smell of nature.

    Lu | www.balgarka.co.uk

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  26. Beautiful pictures and landscapes. Kisses and see you soon :)

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  27. Planinarenje i fotografija zvuče kao dobra kombinacijau slobodno vrijeme:)
    Šetnje, joga, bicikl, trčanje..uglavnom- priroda.
    a kad nije priroda, onda je spavanje, knjiga, druženje :)

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  28. your first pic is so awesome - i love it!!!

    what i do i my free time? i love to watch movies and series. do a little dancing is also great.

    bye.

    Jennifer

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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.

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