Kneževo

Kneževo


Stormy night, elektricity was gone...

Kneževo in autumn

Lazy sunday morning in my city

Salon in the flower

Victim of transition

Kneževo, April 20, 2017!!!

Frozen april 2017.

HFF and greetings to everyone from Kneževo!

Autumn sky above my street

White roofs of Kneževo

Sunset

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My most popular photo on Panoramio. Honorable mention.

A blue autumn sky above my home

Frosty morning

Outside is a blizzard

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Happy snowy fence

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HFF and H.A.N.W.E. to everyone!

Мир Божији, Христос се роди!

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Let Christmas be happy and blessed to all Orthodox Christians celebrating Christmas on the Julian calendar! The badnjak (Cyrillic: бадњак, Serbian pronunciation: [bǎdɲaːk]), is a tree branch or young tree brought into the house and placed on the fire on the evening of Christmas Eve, a central tradition in Serbian Christmas celebrations. The tree from which the badnjak is cut, preferably a young and straight Austrian oak, is ceremonially felled early on the morning of Christmas Eve. The felling, preparation, bringing in, and laying on the fire, are surrounded by elaborate rituals, with many regional variations. The burning of the log is accompanied by prayers that the coming year brings food, happiness, love, luck, and riches. The log burns on throughout Christmas Day, when the first visitor strikes it with a poker or a branch to make sparks fly, while wishing that the family's happiness and prosperity be as abundant as the sparks: How many sparks, that much happiness in this house. How many sparks, that much money in the household head's pocket. How many sparks, that many sheep in the pen. How many sparks, that many pigs and lambs. How many sparks, that many geese and chickens, and most of all, health and joy. (Wikipedia)

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