11 septembre 2011

The Best part of Me.


The best part of me is probably Martunia. in Poland you say Martunia instead of Marta its a sweetest way to call someone you care. My grandma always called me Martunia, Martusia...
The best part of me is probably Martunia, the one i prefer and never forget.





























18 commentaires:

Angel In This Dress a dit…

Beautiful pictures! J'adore les tournesols! Et le chaton, très mignon! :) x x

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Cristiana Nunes a dit…

beautiful place to rest and also beautiful food!

Deni a dit…

Amazing photos, hun!

xx
Deni.

Anonyme a dit…

C'est un très beau endroit!;)
Cindt

Anonyme a dit…

TAK KOCHAM POLSKĘ!
Des photos qui auront su me rendre nostalgique...
Heureusement je m'envole pour Kraków en décembre :)

bisous bisous

Caroline

audrey a dit…

Une question me turlupine: Comment sont utilisé les têtes des tournesols? j'avoue on en voit pas en france sur les marchés!

Sweet Harvest Moon a dit…

Tres belles photos!

JOUMANA SHEM a dit…

nice photos ;)
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Allegra a dit…

lovely post!

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Anonyme a dit…

Tete de tournesol vendu pr manger les graines ! Graines de tournesol :)

Lucia a dit…

these are some lovely pictures. beautiful place! xxx

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Olya a dit…

Wow! this pictures are divine:) so worm! Love it! xo

Coral Garrett a dit…

Pure inspiration!

elena . a dit…

très belles photos!
xxx

Anonyme a dit…

Are you from Poland? It's a nice surprise :)

MaggieW a dit…

;-))) Widoki bardzo dobrze mi znane!
Polska wieś jest urokliwa.
Great photos Martunia ;-)


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martushka a dit…

what a coincidence! my name is Marta as well and my hometown is about 50 kilometers from the city you visited. It's so nice to know that you have some polish roots. Your pictures are charming :)

nikol a dit…

I love this post. My family is from Poland too. I live in the states though and have not been back for almost seven years :/ I'd like to travel back soon.