A blog on Bosnia, the Balkans, and other random thoughts.
I like this, btw, Portland has really cool man-hole covers as street lids are called here and the T-shirts are reaully cool, especially the Beograd kanalization one.
hahaha... oh God, that's certainly something interesting...Wanna see more interesting stuff? Check this out (10 pages!)http://www.mondophoto.net/europe/bosnia-herzegovina/sarajevo/sarajevo01.html(hope link doesn't break after post)
PS: Of course, that's the Serb(ian) bus coming from Serbia (their areas are very poor, no wonder they had to drive through a corn field to reach Sarajevo, hahahaha...
Here is more:War Museum: http://www.mondophoto.net/europe/bosnia-herzegovina/sarajevo/sarajevo10.html#war-museumPanorama: http://www.mondophoto.net/europe/bosnia-herzegovina/sarajevo/sarajevo11.html#panoramaEnjoy!
Watchout!I just discovered now that the photographer who visited Sarajevo (and Belgrade) is actually anti-American! He calls NATO bombings "barbaric American raids over Belgrade", hahaha... Furthermore, he claims that thousands of Serbs died as a result of NATO bombing of Belgrade (old tricks from Belgrade-propaganda factory), see here http://www.mondophoto.net/europe/serbia/beograd/beograd04.html#nato-bombingsIf you go to "Panorama" page, you will notice that the same photographer calls Tourist-guide's description of Serb(ian) brutality during bombings of the city "propaganda". Damn bastard. Just as I thought I found a good link, it turns out another piece of anti-Bosnian propaganda.
PS: When I mentioned tourist-guide's description of the bombings of the city, I was refering to Sarajevo, and this page:http://www.mondophoto.net/europe/serbia/beograd/beograd04.html#nato-bombings
grrrr,I meant this page:http://www.mondophoto.net/europe/bosnia-herzegovina/sarajevo/sarajevo11.html#panoramaI got2 go sleep now, I am really getting tired...Good night folks!
@ Daniel, I feel your pain on the whole links thing! 1. finding something interesting for one reason is totally objectionable on other grounds, often important grounds, like some really awful person has ONE good photograph, and 2, the whole putting a link in something else can really challenge hand-eye coordination.
Katja, you forgot to mention the desperate experience of finishing the comment and finding Blogger has gone on the blink just as you post it. Seems to be happening quite frequently.
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