28 de julio de 2014

Goddess Malac


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  1. It must be so awesome to live in a place like that! How I miss the ocean...

    Hippy At Heart

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  2. mustard, red and black are the perfect color combo in my eyes, you look divine! :D

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  3. A wonderful statue, and a gorgeous couple! And just look at the colour of the sea - beautiful! xxx

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  4. Es genial la estatua!!!
    :D

    Un besito enorme y feliz lunes!

    MarthaL.

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  5. Thank you for sharing it, I didn't know this place, the statue neither. Great skirt! xoxo

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  6. That is so wonderful, love it. Gorgeous piece of art and place too :) You two look precious, perfect. Happy Monday my dear XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  7. The statue is impressive and the photos are beautiful Sacramento, you live in a dreamy place! Many kisses! xo

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  8. Fascinating.....thank you!! have a great week

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  9. Beautiful goddess, and beautiful you! Thanks for sharing with Visible Monday. xoxo

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  10. Ah what an amazing sculpture! A beautiful place to live X x

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  11. Beautiful sculpture!! I love the history behind it. Love outfit, love the uniqueness of the skirt and the bright shoes! I could use a parasol for my fair skin, great idea!
    from the link up, jess
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  12. Interesante escultura!. Y mágica,como siempre, tú!!

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  13. wow that statue is so beautiful, thank you for sharing and I even have the same parasol as you xxx

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  14. That's statue is so...modern! I can't believe it was designed centuries ago! You and hubby look like the perfect couple! Mr. you know you have a gorgeous lady in your arms right? Oh every time I love that skirt even more!!
    Baci,
    Coco
    Coco et La vie en rose / Bloglovin / Facebook

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  15. Beautiful statue, the godess must have been a godess of style. Great pics!
    Sabine xxx

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  16. Preciosa!!! Me encanta su cuello alargado!

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  17. fabulous photos...wonderful statue! I didn't know that information about the goddess!

    You look very stylish...love the skirt!

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  18. What a wonderful photograph - two elegant ladies together (and a dapper gent!) xxx

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  19. Me encantan las fotos y tu estas guapísima amiga! Un besazo.
    http://www.solaanteelespejo.blogspot.com.es/

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  20. You live in such a beautiful place
    We are thinking of going to Spain
    I would love to go, I have never been - Could you recommend places to see in Spain?
    I will let you know if we think of going to Malaga
    Are you in Spain at the end of August and September

    Arianexo

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  21. The statue is wonderful but also your skirt is a true work of art, just like many things you wear, dear Sacramento :)

    Fashion and Cookies
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  22. Well, Malaga is on my list for my upcoming vay-cay. Because you're there!

    Is that the husband? What a cutie! Better hide him before I get there.

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  23. Me encanta que compartas estos rincones y apuntes culturales. La estatua me encanta! Viendo tus zapatos se me ocurre que propongas los colores flúor para el "share in style" jaja.
    Besos :)

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  24. Awesome work of art! I love all thing like these, it's important to know our past, our origins, and the place where you live is certainly absolutely special! I wish I could put a statue like this in my garden…

    Ah, and your parasol is adorable! :-) Is it made of paper? Where did you get it?

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  25. Absolutely magical. Both the goddess Malac and you!

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  26. The Statue is incredible, so beautiful, the Goddess Malac stands so regal, proud and strong - and you with Venus is so fitting - beautiful pic of a beautiful couple too x x x

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  27. Hola, ¡guapos! No conocía la procedencia del nombre de Málaga, apuntado queda, besos

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  28. Ah that's lovely seeing you with your man, that's the first time I've seen him on your blog. Interesting story about your hometown. Xxxx

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  29. That beautiful place! I adore your shirt + skirt, lovely look my dear! :)

    Kisses,

    Benedetta

    http://www.daddysneatness.com

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  30. Nos ha encantado el post, muy interesante lo de la diosa Malaka, no tenía idea!!!
    Es tu marido??? Hacen muy buena pareja.
    Besitos

    Alicia & Sofia
    http://www.asstyleanddesign.com

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  31. U look soooo happy and gorgeous! LOVE these pics!!! And those sculptures are stunning!!! ENJOY!!!! LOVE U! kisses

    xoThe Beckerman Girls
    www.BeckermanBlog.com

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  32. So artful and beautiful! Marvellous photo, and thanks for sharing. xx
    Cleaning Haus

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  33. What a great statue. And what a great pictures. I have seen a photo of your husband before, but that was only a small one. Here we see him in full length. He is quite tall and does not look at all Spanish. Did you marry a Scotsman?
    Greetje

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  34. Isn't she lovely! And aren't you gorgeous as well, as always. Looking very goddess-y yourself, darling Sacramento. Your outfit says "yes, Yes, YES!" to summer and I'm so glad to see you using a parasol, especially such a pretty one. And what a handsome couple!
    I'm so sorry I didn't get to Share in Style, but I have this coming one marked on my calendar! With a restaurant, our weekend is the busiest time, and Mondays are difficult. I'm used to planning for Visible Monday, and I need to get used to planning for Share in Style as well. Can I still submit on Tuesday?

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