A view of the countryside that surrounds Pristina, Kosovo
This Serbian Orthodox monastery was built in 1321 atop the ruins of a 13th century church of the Holy Virgin, which was built on the ruins of a 6th century early Christian three-naved basilica. Gračanica is located in present day Kosovo.
A historical reconstruction in Mokra Gora, the Serbian film director Emir Kusturica financed the contstruction of Drvengrad, an ethno-village depicted traditional Serbian life.
A proud Serbian train conductor of the Šargan Eight, a historic narrow gauge railway
The monument to the Partisan soldiers' triumph against the Germans at the Battle of Sutjeska in May 1943
Windswept grass atop a ridge in Sutjeska National Park, Bosnia & Heregovina
Sunset from a rooftop cafe in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
An old cottage in Sutjeska National Park, Bosnia & Herzegovina. This ancient forest has never been logged.
The statue of the Virgin Mary at Podbrdo, the location of the Marian apparitions on Crnica hill.
Kravice, a waterfall on the outskirts of Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina.
A bombed out building in the urban center of Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The old bridge, a symbol of identity for the city of Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The interior of the Karadoz-beg Mosque in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina. This mosque was built in 1557.
A mother and child on the streets of old town in Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
A young boy on the streets of Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The war took an enormous toll on the city of Mostar, Bosnia & Herzegovina
A ancient wall snakes though the city of Travnik, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The influence of Soviet architecture is evident in this section of Sarajevo
Dawn breaks as the roosters crow on the outskirts of Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
A night time view of the capital city Sarajevo of Bosnia & Herzegovina
A small village in the Bjelašnica mountains of Bosnia & Herzegovina
A view on the route to the village of Lukomir in the Bjelašnica mountains outside of Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina.d
The Martyrs' Memorial cemetery in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. This is the main cemetery for soldiers who were killed in the Seige of Serejevo.
Cows in the street of Lukomir, Bosnia & Herzegovina
An old tombstone in the fields of Lukomir, topped with a turban.
A bathroom hut in the village of Lukomir, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The small remote village of Lukomir, Bosnia & Herzegovina
An intimidating rooster in the village of Lukomir, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Börek, a cheese filled pastry served to us by the locals of Lukomir high in the mountains above Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The pastoral village of Lukomir is the highest altitude and most remote village in all of Bosnia & Herzegovina.
The town of Lukomir sits high atop Bjelašnica mountain at 4500 ft. This village has been inhabited sinced the 14th century.
Sarajevo is known for intricately worked copper, silver, and gold.
Samra worked at the slasticarna in Sarajevo. We went there almost every night for ice cream and sweets.
During the 3 year Seige of Sarajevo in 1992, this tunnel was constructed to link Sarajevo to the area controlled by the UN. This tunnel allowed for the crucial passage of food, war supplies, and humanitarian aid to come in to the city, and for people to get out.
The city of Sarajevo is nestled right against the mountains in Bosnia & Herzegovina
A flower salesman in the market in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The colorful produce section of the market in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The Eternal Flame - a memorial to the victims of WWII in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina. Sarajevo was occupied by Nazi Germani & Croatia for four years during WWII.
Srebrenica was a horrendous genocide of over 8,000 Bosniaks by units of the Army of Republika Srpska in the Bosnian War in 1995.
A large interactive game of chess in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
The interior of the splendid Sarajevo Orthodox Cathedral
A young boy of 12 takes care to create an intricate design on a sheet of copper in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
A young boy hammers intricate designs into a sheet of copper in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
An ornate entryway of a mosque in Sarajevo, Bosnia & Herzegovina
Shopska salad made from tomatoes, cucumbers onion, parsley and cheese. I tried shopska as often as possible.
Sarajevo, the beautiful capital of Bosnia & Herzegovina