Category: Weather

  • Rewind and Remind

    Evacuation in Veliki Crljeni, near Belgrade, by Nemanja Jovanović One year ago Serbia was under water, cyclone Tamara caused floods all over the Balkans. Although the weather forecasts had been announcing a progressive increase of river-water level, authorities did not react on time.

  • Tamara Waterfront Exhibition

    KMRUG from Nemanja Jovanovic on Vimeo. Hvala svima koji su kisnuli sa nama!  

  • Courage in Journalism Award goes to Nemanja Jovanović

    We proudly announce that Nemanja Jovanović is honored with the award for exceptional courage, perseverance and high level of professionalism in journalism, shown during the coverage of recent floods in Serbia.

  • Cyclone Tamara part 6

    Obrenovac, a city that was most damaged in the flood. Kolubara River was fatal to the city. The damage is huge! The city and its inhabitants now faces a long and painful recovery.

  • Cyclone Tamara part 5

    Traces of the water line are everywhere: on the walls and the belongings drying outside, including an old wedding dress full of memories, but most of all on the faces of people and animals who survived the plague.

  • Cyclone Tamara part 4

    One of the most difficult weeks in the modern history of Serbia has passed, and the situation is slowly settling down, at least when it’s about new potential flood waves. The weather forecast predicts sunny and warm weather for the following days. Seemingly, life goes back to normal, but only for those who are not […]

  • Cyclone Tamara part 2

    New record high water levels of rivers threaten towns and villages that are near.  Number of towns and settlements that are in danger is growing. Tens of thousands of people have been evacuated from their homes. Damage caused by the cyclone Tamara is still impossible to perceive.

  • Cyclone Tamara

    As of Tuesday, May 13, Serbia is under the influence of the cyclone Tamara, who will be remembered as the most rainy cyclone since meteorological measurements are made in Serbia. We are witnessing the unprecedented floods that have ravaged everything. Some parts of the country are isolated, some have no electricity, some parts have problem […]

  • Winterize in Sarajevo

    This year Sarajevo photo festival Fotografija.ba was quite challenging. Kamerades photographers Nemanja Jovanović, Marko Risović and Saša Čolić were invited to give lecture about documentary photography today and mind process while developing a story.

  • Floods in Serbia, by Marko Rupena

    Streets in the village of Čerević are flooded because of river overflowing. This Serbian village is located near the river Danube, 70 kilometers north-west of Belgrade. Heavy rains caused Danube and other rivers to overflow their banks, making massive damage to many European countries in past two weeks. 15.06.2013.