Anita Anita

Anita Kovacevic (b. 1975 in Slovenia) is a Canadian/Bosnian freelance photographer, currently living and working in the Republic of Srpska in Bosnia and Herzegovina. She is an internationally published and exhibited award-winning fine art photographer, whose side passion is photo documentary work. She has interest in environmental subjects and cultural significance/happenings. Anita is an affiliate member artist of the Circle foundation for the Arts and certified photojournalist for the Camerapixo magazine as well as for the NYI PhotoWorld magazine. (NYI - New York Institute).
She adores nature, especially landscapes in its pure form, mainly focusing on forests (trees) and mountains wherever she travels.
Among her interests are floral, minimalist, monochrome and fine art photography.
Recently she started to develop interest for scanography.

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War-scarred Bosnia
Republic of Srpska, Bosnia and Herzegovina
By Anita
09 May 2013

"When the war ends, wounds remain." The war in Bosnia and Herzegovina has ended more then twenty years ago, but the war-scarred houses and buildings silently remind us how difficult and slow is return to peace. Bombed buildings and burnt houses are still evident all over the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. This is the series of images taken on the territory of Republic of Srpska (Bosanski Brod, Derventa and Doboj) in Bosnia and Herzegovina.
From the Spring of 1992 to the Autumn of 1995, brutal war ravaged the heart of Europe. Every family in Bosnia was deeply affected by the atrocities and suffering that tore the multi-ethic society apart. More than 100,000 people died in the conflict between Bosnian Muslims, Croats and Serbs.
Two separate entities were set up by Dayton, the Muslim/Croat Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina, and the Republic of Srpska, each with its own president, government, parliament, police, etc.
While the guns and shells stopped seeding death in Bosnia and Herzegovina in 1995, the country and its people still struggle to find its path for reconstruction and reconciliation.

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Grossglockner High Alpine Road 1
Grossglockner High Alpine Road
By Anita
06 Jul 2016

The Grossglockner High Alpine Road is Austria's highest situated pass road and is considered the most beautiful panoramic road in Europe. It is under preservation order and should become a UNESCO World Heritage site. It was open in August 1935 and has annually about 900,000 guests from all over the world. It leads into the heart of the Hohe Tauern National Park and to the foot of the highest mountain in Austria, the 3,798m high Grossglockner. The Road is open at the end of April, beginning of May until the end of October, beginning of November and it takes you from SalzburgerLand in the North to Carinthia in the South. The summer visit to the Grossglockner High Alpine Road makes an unforgettable experience and is the ideal destination for families, nature lovers, hikers, bikers and cyclists.