in-a-head-full-of-fears:

#Belgrade
Варадински мост

Варадински мост

gypsies… 

gypsies… 

bisere, svuda da procitas ;D

bisere, svuda da procitas ;D

kingdomofyugoslavia:

Ovcar-Kablar Gorge, Serbia

kingdomofyugoslavia:

Ovcar-Kablar Gorge, Serbia

Dukati Chicago

will you promote us? we’re an independent serbian singing and dancing folklore ensemble from chicago, made up of young adults, mostly in college, and this is what we love :]

dukatichicago.tumblr.com

dukatichicago.tumblr.com

dukatichicago.tumblr.com

dukatichicago.tumblr.com

From my last trip to Čačak!!! <3

Gibanica!!!

Kajmak <3

Slava time ^^

Sarma ~~~<3

Around Gornji Milanovac!

Around Gornji Milanovac

Around Gornji Milanovac

The sweetest palacinke!

This time, my trip was awesome!
It was such a pitty I couldn’t see too much snow (in Čačak), but thanks to my boyfriend and his family, I could enjoy serbian holidays and their Slava. That was really special feeling for me and I can’t wait to come back to Serbia! <3 

dartanjan:

Priests on Sremska street, Belgrade.

dartanjan:

Priests on Sremska street, Belgrade.

burnedshoes:

© Boogie, 2011, Belgrade / Serbia
The photographer Boogie has found much success with his cinematic portrayals of the grittier side of urban life. He has documented the tortured existence of drug addicts, accessed the overbearing bravado of youths in gangs and traveled all over the world capturing scenes that people seldom thought existed.
After living in Brooklyn for 12 years, Boogie had the desire to focus more on his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia, so he packed up his camera and returned home. Boogie initially began documenting his homeland in the 1990’s after the break-up of Yugoslavia.

burnedshoes:

© Boogie, 2011, Belgrade / Serbia

The photographer Boogie has found much success with his cinematic portrayals of the grittier side of urban life. He has documented the tortured existence of drug addicts, accessed the overbearing bravado of youths in gangs and traveled all over the world capturing scenes that people seldom thought existed.

After living in Brooklyn for 12 years, Boogie had the desire to focus more on his hometown of Belgrade, Serbia, so he packed up his camera and returned home. Boogie initially began documenting his homeland in the 1990’s after the break-up of Yugoslavia.