Monday, April 4, 2016

Lunchtime in Blagaj [Through My Lens Nr. 36]

Blagaj is a small town only a 10 minute drive south from Mostar. There is a old part of the city located underneath the cliffs and lots of tourists start to swarm to this place already. Since the start of April we have had some really warm and sunny days, and more and more people come to visit Blagaj. You can spend a quiet afternoon here or evening, and enjoy lunch or dinner in one of the many restaurants alongside the river Buna, which also springs here. You can find more from Blagaj in our three-part photo series, click here.











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56 comments:

  1. What a beautiful and lovely place to sit, relax and having a meal. Are you able to beam me at this place...pleaaase ;-)))

    Wishing you a beautiful start into the new week I am sending greetings over to your place

    N☼va

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    1. I wish I could :) You should come visit us!

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  2. looks so beautiful - happy week :-)

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  3. Taking a lunch so near by the water must by very relaxing... - a famous place (wish, I could be there)
    Have a good new week

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    1. It really is. Especially when the heat of the day subsides.

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  4. My dear Mersad,
    your shots are truly stunning, you've visited such a wonderful place !!!
    Thank you for hosting me once more and hoping that your new week is off to a great start. I wish you most beautiful days to come,
    sending hugs to you

    Dany

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    1. Thanks for your well wishes Daniela.

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  5. It looks like a wonderful place. Nice captures, Mersad!

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  6. Looks like a beautiful place and the right one, to have a nice time!

    Have a happy week, Frauke

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    1. Thanks Frauke for joining us!

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  7. Oh my! That looks like summer :) Great captures!
    Have a good week and thanks again for hosting.

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  8. Amazingly wonderful photos - what a glorious area you live in.

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  9. Gosh you have got lovely weather alreaady. Rain here - too much! Now I remember you showing us this woderful town before becasue I remember imagining myself sitting at one of those restaurants and watching and listening to the water rushing by. Lovely to see these fabulous shots. Thanks for hosting.

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  10. The water looks inviting. What a gorgeous place!

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  11. Looks so amazing; A very unique and interesting place to have lunchtime, for sure! Greetings in Spring!

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  12. Lieber Mersad,
    Deine Fotos sind traumhaft schön. Das ist ja ein wirklich wunderbarer Ausflug gewesen.
    Liebe Grüße
    susa

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  13. Wieder dieser traumhafter Ort, der mich jedes Mal, wenn du ihn zeigst, verzaubert. Liebe Grüße

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  14. Beautiful photos of a magical place! The colour of the river Buna is amazing!
    Thanks for hosting.
    Christineandhercamera.blogspot.com

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  15. das ist ein bezaubernder ort. Das Licht ist fantastisch und die Umgebung eine Wucht! WAHNSINNN!!!!! Ich bin echt sprachlos und möchte sofort dort hin :)
    Liebe Grüße
    Gusta

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  16. lovely images of some lovely sights

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  17. what a beautiful place this is! i can understand why tourist flock there! great photos mersad! my oldest son christian has a new friend from bosnia...all the way out here in roanoke, va!

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  18. Hello, what a gorgeous spot to have your lunch! The scenes by the river are lovely. Beautiful post and photos. Happy Monday, enjoy your new week!

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  19. Oh my word, this place is too cute! So I can understand why tourists are already swarming there. Will keep it in mind though for a future trip!

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  20. looking through your lens again has me saying amazing again. I love every single photo today and especailly number 2.. and I would so love to sit at one of those tables and enjoy that view. it did occur to me the persons sitting on the water side should be careful how much wine they drink....

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  21. Lovely shots of this beautiful place, Mersad.
    Thanks for hosting.

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  22. Such a beautiful place, Mersad! I enjoyed the series before and these photos are awesome. How much fun this would be to have lunch here!

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  23. What an idyllic setting, Mersad! Your photos are gorgeous! Thank you so much for sharing. :)

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  24. Wonderful place. Thank you for sharing these beutiful photos.
    I have never been there.
    Though I visited Croatia.
    HUgs from Poland,

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  25. Blagaj and the River Bruna look very beautiful! I can see why tourists like to visit this area, Mersad.

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  26. Oh my lord. I will have to keep this in mind when I find myself in that part of the world. What a charming place.

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  27. it seems a beautiful place to enjoy and relax.

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  28. Great photos of a lovely place :-)
    Thanks for the Link-Up.

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  29. I do remember this magical place from previous visits to your site, Mersad. It is definitely the place I would like to be sitting right now. Thanks for taking me there.

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  30. Beautifully captured Mersad. It looks a wonderful place to sit and enjoy a meal plus the sun is shining too.
    It's fantastic to see all these places that I've never visited. I've travelled as an expat for over 24 years, but there's so many places in Europe that I still have to see.
    Thanks for the visit and hosting once again.
    Have a great week.

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  31. What a beautiful spot to visit! I think I'd enjoy a luncheon there sometime. Have a grand day!

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  32. Love those red chairs alongside the river.

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  33. Oh wie schön ist das da an diesem Flüßchen zu sitzen und etwas zu knabbern......hach! Wunderbar! Auch wenn ich bei der Vorstellung lachen muss, dass man da ja ziemlich schnell auch mal so nebenbei ins Wasser plumpsen kann. Gäbs in Deutschland Regelundgesetzland bestimmt nie sowas! Mit kleinen Kindern darf man da nicht aufkreuzen......oder nur in Rettungsweste verpackt ;-D. GlG Anne

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  34. There is nothing more romantic and/or relaxing than the sound and the sight of a river rushing by ... What a beautiful place to go and I can only hope that this beautiful river never rises above it's banks ... :) I can hear the water and the smell Spring in the air ... you are way ahead of us (26 degrees F here this morning :( Thanks, Mersad ...

    Andrea @ From The Sol

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  35. What a gorgeous place!

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  36. Such a beautiful restaurant!

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  37. What a wonderful place! I love listening to running water.

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  38. Looks a very enchanting place to visit. It's quite incredible how close the water is, you wouldn't want to put your handbag down on the wrong side of the table!
    Thank you for hosting, lovely to join you.
    Wren

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  39. What a beautiful little town! It feels so peaceful and quiet.

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  40. What a beautiful place, Mersad! A couple of your shots reminded me of our Riverwalk in San Antonio. Glad you're out enJOYing and capturing spring! Thanks for hosting.

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  41. oh, this looks so delightful. What a lovely place for lunch or afternoon tea, or just to sit and stroll. Is it a very old town? Enjoy the warmer days of spring.

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  42. Pretty scenes! The light looks warm.

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  43. That looks like a lovely spot to stop and enjoy the sights.

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  44. What a wonderful place! Lovely scenes, Mersad!

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  45. I would love to sit by the water's edge and enjoy a leisurely meal. Lovely photos, Mersad!

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  46. What a lovely place to sit and enjoy...Michelle

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