The bottom of the Jablanica lake

 

Sunken cemetery after Jablanica lake dried up in the Konjic municipality, Bosnia and Herzegovina. Power utility EPBIH which operates three-hydropower plants on the Neretva river, produced 1,395 gigawatt-hours (GWh) of electricity in 2016, or nearly 7 percent down from a year before, due to low hydro levels, especially last December, it said in a statement last month.

Perception of U.S. presidential election 2016

As Americans head to the polls today to elect the person in charge of the world’s largest and most powerful economy, the rest of the world is watching. On the day of the presidential election in the United States, the US Embassy in Bosnia and Herzegovina organized the "Election Night" in Sarajevo. During the evening, many guests of the Embassy of the United States have followed the progress of the presidential elections in the United States. It was crowded and I was bored, so I decided to change that. In crowd of people, I noticed a man who has a tie and stick with the symbols of the American flag. I decided to follow him and to make photos of these unique stuff, I was careful not to disturb him. Photography is a powerful tool, through these photos I tried to show one person from two different angles, to illustrate him as a losers or winner.  Usualy the losers feel sad and injured, and injured people use the stick to help them walk away, while tie often indicates a leadership role, the winners were arranged and head held high. These photos can illustrate how American people will deal with election results. As America votes for next president, the world is watching more closely than perhaps ever before with a mix of fascination and horror.

About Budapest

Budapest, the Hungarian capital was officially established by uniting three separate settlements of Pest, Buda and Óbuda (literally "Old" Buda). 

SERBIAN ORTHODOX CHURCH

 
View of the beautiful painted ceiling of the Temple/Church of the Holy Transfiguration in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. This Serbian Orthodox church was built in 1940 by Aleksandar Deroko, the project was initially made for Split in Croatia, that's why the church looks like a places of worship on the Adriatic coast. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

View of the beautiful painted ceiling of the Temple/Church of the Holy Transfiguration in Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina. This Serbian Orthodox church was built in 1940 by Aleksandar Deroko, the project was initially made for Split in Croatia, that's why the church looks like a places of worship on the Adriatic coast. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Robert De Niro in Sarajevo

 
Robert De Niro has received a lifetime achievement award, the Heart of Sarajevo, on the opening night of the 22nd edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival, which runs Aug. 12-20 2016. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Robert De Niro has received a lifetime achievement award, the Heart of Sarajevo, on the opening night of the 22nd edition of the Sarajevo Film Festival, which runs Aug. 12-20 2016. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Champion of the Old Bridge Diving Competition for the 10th Time!

 
The best Mostar swan diver, Lorens Listo jumps from the Old Bridge during a 450th Old Bridge Diving Competition in Mostar. Participants are jumping from a height of 27 meters in the cold Neretva River, which requires both physical and mental preparation, and mostly it takes courage. Like every year, this was a spectacle for those who love the adrenaline, while thens of thousands of spectators are watching jumps on the banks of the Neretva River.

The best Mostar swan diver, Lorens Listo jumps from the Old Bridge during a 450th Old Bridge Diving Competition in Mostar. Participants are jumping from a height of 27 meters in the cold Neretva River, which requires both physical and mental preparation, and mostly it takes courage. Like every year, this was a spectacle for those who love the adrenaline, while thens of thousands of spectators are watching jumps on the banks of the Neretva River.

Srebrenica: 21st Anniversary

 
Bosnian man carry one of 127 coffins with identified victims of the Srebrenica genocide inside a Potocari Memorial Centre near Srebrenica. Sunday, July 10, 2016.Bosnia and Herzegovina. They were savagely murdered in the largest massacre in Europe in a half-century. The  remains will be buried on Monday next to over 6,000 other Srebrenica victims found previously in mass graves. The youngest victim to be buried this year was 14, the oldest 77.

Bosnian man carry one of 127 coffins with identified victims of the Srebrenica genocide inside a Potocari Memorial Centre near Srebrenica. Sunday, July 10, 2016.Bosnia and Herzegovina. They were savagely murdered in the largest massacre in Europe in a half-century. The  remains will be buried on Monday next to over 6,000 other Srebrenica victims found previously in mass graves. The youngest victim to be buried this year was 14, the oldest 77.

Waiting For The Wind

This is kitesurfing paradise, I could say summer slternative for snowboarders. Kitesurfing on the Velika Plaža (Long Beach), the most beautiful wild sandy beaches in Montenegro. The Beach is 12km long...bla bla bla... other details explore, because I would like to say something more important. Best of all are the people who make this beach so special, big hello to new friends from kitesurf club Dolcinium, you made this that beach so special.

World Refugee Day / UNHCR photo exhibition

 
One of my works for UNHCR exhibited in front of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina.  On the occasion of World Refugee Day until 26 June in front of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina is an exhibition of photographs that illustrate the activities and achievements of the various projects of Annex VII, as well as other needs and challenges. Statistics show that approximately two million people left Bosnia and Herzegovina during the last war, and twenty years later 1.1 million of them have returned. Around 98,000 people still in the status of internally displaced and about 30,000 people from Bosnia and Herzegovina is in the status of refugees which makes it one of the country with the largest refugee and returnee problem.

One of my works for UNHCR exhibited in front of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina. 

On the occasion of World Refugee Day until 26 June in front of the Parliamentary Assembly of Bosnia and Herzegovina is an exhibition of photographs that illustrate the activities and achievements of the various projects of Annex VII, as well as other needs and challenges.

Statistics show that approximately two million people left Bosnia and Herzegovina during the last war, and twenty years later 1.1 million of them have returned. Around 98,000 people still in the status of internally displaced and about 30,000 people from Bosnia and Herzegovina is in the status of refugees which makes it one of the country with the largest refugee and returnee problem.

Magnificent & Wild

On the plains and foothills of Cincar Mountain, which towers above the town of Livno in western Bosnia, magnificent wild horses roam free. This is not an ordinary day in nature... this time the focus was on the white horses.

36th ANNIVERSARY OF JOSIP BROZ TITO’S DEATH

 
A man carries flowers and a picture of Tito to mark the 36th anniversary of the death of Josip Broz Tito, a ceremony of honoring and laying flowers was held in front of Tito's monument in the park on Sarajevo University campus. Josip Broz Tito ruled Yugoslavia from its formation in 1945 to his death in 1980, after leading the Partisans during World War II.The country fell apart just over ten years after Tito’s death in 1980. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

A man carries flowers and a picture of Tito to mark the 36th anniversary of the death of Josip Broz Tito, a ceremony of honoring and laying flowers was held in front of Tito's monument in the park on Sarajevo University campus. Josip Broz Tito ruled Yugoslavia from its formation in 1945 to his death in 1980, after leading the Partisans during World War II.The country fell apart just over ten years after Tito’s death in 1980. Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina

Exploring Chicago No.1

 
A man crosses the Irv Kupcinet Bridge in Chicago, Illinois, USA. In 1930 this bridge received the "Most Beautiful Steel Bridge" award from the American Institute of Steel Construction. Today, there are a number of bridges in Chicago that display the railing height truss design, and they are all attractive structures, however the older examples like this one display more ornate bridge tender houses. There are three railing height trusses, including Wabash Avenue Bridge, that are located one right after another on this section of the river. Of those three, this is the oldest.

A man crosses the Irv Kupcinet Bridge in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

In 1930 this bridge received the "Most Beautiful Steel Bridge" award from the American Institute of Steel Construction. Today, there are a number of bridges in Chicago that display the railing height truss design, and they are all attractive structures, however the older examples like this one display more ornate bridge tender houses. There are three railing height trusses, including Wabash Avenue Bridge, that are located one right after another on this section of the river. Of those three, this is the oldest.

Heavy fog in Sarajevo

 
View of the Sarajevo which is covered with a heavy fog. Last month Sarajevo is faced with an air pollution. The level of dust and sulfur dioxide in the air is sometimes higher than the limit value.

View of the Sarajevo which is covered with a heavy fog. Last month Sarajevo is faced with an air pollution. The level of dust and sulfur dioxide in the air is sometimes higher than the limit value.

Uncertainty

 
The boy and his family is waiting to get into Hungary. Today refugees arrived by train from Tovarnik to Botovo which is near Koprivnica, after that they walked more than two kilometers to get into Hungary.

The boy and his family is waiting to get into Hungary. Today refugees arrived by train from Tovarnik to Botovo which is near Koprivnica, after that they walked more than two kilometers to get into Hungary.

Sarajevo City Hall

 
A woman stands above the main stairs during the opening ceremony of the National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina which was shelled and burned during the war in Bosnia. Pseudo-Moorish-style building was completely destroyed by Serb shelling in 1992, about 80 percent of the the library fund and documents that testify to the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina was burned.

A woman stands above the main stairs during the opening ceremony of the National and University Library of Bosnia and Herzegovina which was shelled and burned during the war in Bosnia. Pseudo-Moorish-style building was completely destroyed by Serb shelling in 1992, about 80 percent of the the library fund and documents that testify to the history of Bosnia and Herzegovina was burned.

Shield Against The Heart

 
Bosnian young man standing next to a policeman and holds a banner with drawn heart during protest for the release of ten protesters in front of the Prosectors Office Building in Sarajevo. Several hundred people continued to protest in Sarajevo, demanding from politicians of all levels of government to resign. Street protests that erupted on February 7, a number of government buildings in several towns were ransacked and torched, while hundreds protestors and policemen were injured in scuffles.

Bosnian young man standing next to a policeman and holds a banner with drawn heart during protest for the release of ten protesters in front of the Prosectors Office Building in Sarajevo. Several hundred people continued to protest in Sarajevo, demanding from politicians of all levels of government to resign. Street protests that erupted on February 7, a number of government buildings in several towns were ransacked and torched, while hundreds protestors and policemen were injured in scuffles.