diumenge, 18 de setembre de 2011

29-5-2011 Sant Martí Xic
















7 comentaris:

  1. Beautiful as usual. My favourite this time is the last one with the huge straw bale.

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  2. Olá Anna, como sempre gostei muito das tuas belas fotografias...Espectacular....
    Cumprimentos

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  3. Anna,
    Pedres i natura, història i actualitat, llum i color, unes combinacions perfectes.
    Una abraçada

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  5. Beautifull place and flowers. Nice fotos.
    Hugs.

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