PHOTO BY Elio della Ferrera / Wild Wonders, All rights reserved
BOSNIA & HERZEGOVINA: IN THE LAND OF VANISHING WATERS
Hadn't it been for the incredible tragedies around the war in former Yugoslavia, Bosnia and Herzegovina might have remained a tiny blank spot on the map of the world. And of course, amongst the horrifying news of the 90ties, the country’s natural heritage only played a side-role. Who knows about the Dinaric Mountains, Deransko Lake, river Una and Neretva, the Hutovo Blato or a mystic Mediterranean swamp: Livanjsko Polje? Although some areas remain closed for public access, nature in Bosnia and Herzegovina is full of surprises and the diversity of habitats from the Sava river in the North to the adriatic coast in the South is simply stunning. Here are some images to whet your appetite.
FOTOPEDIA MAGAZINE | 05/21/13PHOTO BY Elio della Ferrera / Wild Wonders, All rights reserved