Wednesday, August 22, 2012

SOMETHING MUCH DEEPER...


photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration


photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration
photo by Invitation To Inspiration

photo by Invitation To Inspiration
Text by the Portuguese architect Manuel Rocha de Aires Mateus.
Photos by Invitation To Inspiration, Dubrovnik ( Croatia ), August 2012



25 comments:

  1. wow these images are so breathtaking, and make me want to visit asap. xO!
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  2. Amazing pics!!!
    Love it so much!!!

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  4. Charming streets! Love them all!
    xx Ilka
    http://ilkavontorok.blogspot.ro/

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  5. Many thanks for your visit and following!

    I am following you now!

    And... you are from Croatia! I'd like to go there soon. :-)

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  6. Živim u "starijem" dijelu grada i obožavam stare kuće i uvijek mi je bilo drago što živim u jednoj jer one velike zgrade su mi tako bezlične, pogotovo što se kod nas to sve nekako bezveze gradi i ne daje se nikakav naglasak na estetiku niti zelenilo... ne kažem da moderna arhitektura nema nekih jako lijepih primjera :) znam da je s druge strane malo teže živjeti u starijoj kući radi raznih problema tipa izolacija i sl. ali mene to ne bi omelo da jednom i sama odlučim živjeti u takvom objektu, nekako mi taj stariji dio grada ima dušu i ne bih se željela toga odreći... post je odličan, slike prosto savršene, pravi Mediteran!!

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    1. Prekrasno si to srocila " ...jer one velike zgrade su mi tako bezlične, pogotovo što se kod nas to sve nekako bezveze gradi i ne daje se nikakav naglasak na estetiku niti zelenilo..." i mi se 100% slazemo sa tobom!!! Nitko vise ne misli na prirodu i zelenilo, samo novci, zarada, megalomanija, beton, shoping centri...vise apartmana/stanova-vise novca, a parkova ni za lijek! I sama sam arhitekt i nije da zelim kritizirat " moje kolege " u Hrv, ali isto tako ne mogu rec da se slazem sa svime sto govore i cine:-(( Starije kuce svakako imaju jednu dubinu ...kako je to vec lijepo rekao M. R.de Aires Mateus! :-))

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  7. Beautiful pictures! I would love to travel more someday

    Caitlin
    http://charmcolorfully.blogspot.com/

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  8. I agree, there's something about old buildings that you don't find in new ones. I wonder if in the future people will have the same nostalgic attitude to the new constructions of today?

    xx Jenee C.
    http://camomeetscouture.blogspot.com

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  10. I think u put an amazing pictures of an amazing place!
    is good to visit u!
    xoxo

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  11. I love these pictures, they make me feel on a vacation...

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  12. thanx for this post girls, u made me dream a little...

    xxx Ros.e.

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  13. Ah so beautiful! i studied architecture at the uni, so I liked the post a lot :)


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  14. ohh so nice photos dears!!beautiful place girls!!
    xoxo=)

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  15. OMG! These spaces are amazing, so romantic and so old, perfect for long and relaxing walks.

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  16. Charming place!!!^^
    i love it ;)

    xoxo

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  17. I love old architectural style of buildings because of the "lived in " feel to them. They have unique designs and are not photocopy of one another like modern buildings. Also, I love the materials being used in old architecture like stone, red bricks and environmental friendly materials, adequate usage of space and ventilation to allow natural light and air to come inside. Old architecture fascinates me. They tell their own story. Each old house has a unique personality like people.

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  18. Wonderful post!!! beautiful photos and inspiration!!!
    Have a good weekend!!! and my G+...

    Besos, desde España, Marcela♥

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  19. great pictures, absolutely inspirational
    Cheers,
    Sonia

    competingwithsound.blogspot.com

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  20. I will follow you I really like your blog! Would you follow me on GFC and Bloglovin? thanks

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