Tuesday, August 19, 2008

Jablanica Lake

This tree is pulled out from its root so it fell into the water. I don’t know if it was caused by storm or something else is about.
I would so much like if I could display my photos in bigger size. Maybe it is possible but I don’t know how to do that. If someone knows I would be thankful for the lesson. :-))
This way I have to ask you to click on the photos to enlarge.


Michele said...

Very pretty scenery. I am a huge fan of reflections and you really know how to capture them so very well! You are a pro! Well done, my friend. I tip my hat to you!
Mountain Retreat

MedaM said...

Oh, Michele, thank you from the bottom of my heart for your wonderful words. You know how much I admire your photos so it’s me who tip my hat to you, my friend.

Anonymous said...

Love the first capture with flower in the front. Can't take my eyes off it! THANKS!

Hugs from Angel.

Mary said...

Hi! I found you through the comment you left on Michele's blog. Your photos are wonderful! I love that first picture, with the flower in the foreground, and all the photos with the reflections in the water are beautiful. :)

Lara said...

absolutely gorgeous nature! Bosnia is such a beautiful country!

Pietro Brosio said...

Great views, very harmonious and picturesque. Beautiful the last two pictures with the tree in the water too.

Joy said...

I love these photos! Your country is truly beautiful.

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JB's Big and Small Worlds said...

What a gorgeous lake and you caught the reflections beautifully!

Shoshana said...

This is beautiful!

Blogger will only display pictures up to 400 x 300.

But if you sign up with other photo site like:

you can take the url from those sites (where you'll upload your album) and make your picture bigger.

I find that flickr can be slow to load and you have to pay after a certain size. Photobucket is much better.

There's also imageshack.us

Let me know which option worked for you.

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Anonymous said...

Beautiful scenes. Poor tree.


Sandra said...

your pictures are wonderful and the lake is so beautiful. I don't mind clicking on the photos, i click on all of them on all the blogs i follow.