Photo-monograph “Bosnia and Herzegovina – Seen with Loving Eyes” and exhibition of photographs by the author Samir Sinanović were presented last night in the Sarajevo City Hall.
This is a collection of exclusive photographs and a unique project in which more than 60 hours of air flights were invested over the period of seven years. The photo-monograph consists of 448 pages.
With the aim of promoting the positive image of BiH, photo-monograph follows five major rivers: Una, Vrbas, Bosna, Drina and Neretva, it tells a story about BiH as a unique country without entities ,cantons, without national symbols and all other countless burdens of the present times.
“My driving force was love for BiH, its beauty, mountains, rivers, birds; there are no borders, entities, ethnicities. I wanted to convey that and send a message to others because our country is beautiful,” said Sinanović and added that he spoke about BiH and its values in an illustrated and innovative way.
Photo-monograph is complemented by author texts by academicians Esad Duraković, Enes Karić, Friar Luka Markešić, BiH linguist Husnia-Muratović-Tuna and culturologist Srđan Sušnica. These texts are a sort of a stamp for the photographs, they speak about BiH, its culture, history, and spirituality of Bosnian nations.