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Belgrade derby

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One of the biggest sporting events in the southeast part of Europe is football match between Partizan FC and FC Red Star. It is not about the quality of the game, it is about the atmosphere. (more…)

Ovo NISU autorske fotografije/ These ARE NOT copyrighted photos

Photo of a hole in the road/ Fotografija rupe na putu

Our attempt of a mechanical photo of a hole in the road/ Naš pokušaj mehaničke fotografije rupe na putu

Ovo nije tekst.

Ovo nije blog.

Ovo nije izražavanje stava.

Sve ove fotografije bi uskoro trebalo da spadaju u istu kategoriju: obične, rutinske, mehaničke fotografije, na kojima autor gubi autorska prava.

Prvenstveno zbog sadržaja.  Dodatno, zbog činjenice da su OVE fotografije izašle uz tekst. Na internetu. Autorska prava se automatski brišu.

 

This is not a text.

This is not a blog.

This is not an expression of attitudes. All of these photos should soon fall into the same category: ordinary, routine, mechanical photos, in which the author loses copyright.Primarily because of the content. In addition, due to the fact that these pictures came out with the article. On the Internet. Copyright is automatically deleted.

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New Year’s Eve Memories

 

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One of the strongest memories of the days I spent as a refugee during the wars
in ex-Yugoslavia in the 1990′s, is one of a red ribbon which I and my sister had
tied around a kitten’s neck. That’s it. I don’t remember where it happened,
what happened with the kitten, where our family was at that moment, nor
what the other refugees were doing, nothing of the sort… (more…)

2015 by Kamerades

01_Serbian-Hungarian border Refugee crisis                                             Serbian-Hungarian border, Refugee crisis

It has been another inspiring year for our collective. (more…)

Art on the water

Venice is a beautiful city, and during the biennale it is fully occupied by contemporary art.

Streets are crowded, art is everywhere, history and city gets tangled with all sorts of installations, exhibitions and art pieces. What’s not to like?

Plus we were lucky enough to be there, as visitors, but, hopefully, that can change

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Choke point

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The number of registered asylum seekers in Serbia during 2008 was 77, most of them were Afghans. They were placed in asylum shelter in Banja Koviljača – small impoverished town of western Serbia. Life within local community was peaceful to satisfaction of both locals and asylants.
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