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Bosnia-Herzegovina...a few images.
Old 10-06-2019   #1
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Bosnia-Herzegovina...a few images.

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really nice, and very sharp. That is hard to do while walking around.
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Excellent images. Well done.
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Old 10-07-2019   #6
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Charjohncarter, raid...thanks a bunch guys

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Have you posted these before? Look familiar somehow.
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I could have. I don't remember.

Thanks for bearing with the repetition ( if posted before ).

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I'd remember these if I'd seen them before. I haven't. Really, really Good!
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Bosnia is a region of the world where we rarely see images from.
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Bosnia is a region of the world where we rarely see images from.
Really? During the Balkan wars there must have been millions of them.
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Love the first pic, with the youngsters reflected by the old ladies in the background.
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Really? During the Balkan wars there must have been millions of them.
I meant images taken by RFF members at these days and after the war.
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Agreed...RFF members did not flock to Sarajevo during the post-war days. This said, do a Flickr search and you'll find tens of thousands of post-war images.
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I am most interested in what our RFF community has done.
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Here are two shots I took this summer, neither of the same quality as those that started this thread.

The "papagajka" ('Parrot'), a beautiful modernist residential building in the heart of Sarajevo:


Mostar (not quite as good as Faris' view of the same mosque):


Both of these were done with a Mamiya 7ii, 80mm, Ektar 100.

Faris, I find your images very powerful, especially "Don't Forget" in the first one and the gravestones in the foreground of the second one.

Last edited by dfranklin : 10-07-2019 at 08:43. Reason: Wanted to note that an earlier post shows same subject.
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Love BiH. One of my fave places to roam about and photograph
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Rob, Huss, raid, dfranklin, John...thank you folks. Much appreciated.

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Wonderful photos! This place is on my bucket list...
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Wonderful image... chapeau! What camera were you using?
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Steve, thank you sir.

I was using the Fuji X-T1 with the 18-55mm zoom lens .


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Thank you for the post and photos.

A fabulous part of the world; with my wife I was in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 2018 visiting Mostar and other towns, traveling by road via Croatia. The border controls were a little haphazard and ‘variable’ with delays for no apparent reason (we are UK passport holders) but all people we came into contact with were friendly and very welcoming... oh, and the food was wonderful!
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I could have. I don't remember.

Thanks for bearing with the repetition ( if posted before ).

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Photos of this quality can be posted 20 times a day and I won't mind. Please keep posting and never worry about multiple/duplicate posts; it's no big deal to almost everybody.

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Brian, Mike...thank you. Very much appreciated gentlemen.

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On searching the forum I did find that I had posted these images previously.
My initial search missed the previous thread.

Apologies for that.
And thank you all for your forbearance.

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