It used to be bustling with life here
An old plum blossomed in front of an abandoned house
Spring in the yard of an abandoned house
The village of Sakule is located in Banat (Serbia) on the river Tamiš. It is also known as the European Stork Village. There are over 50 nests of storks in Sakula, of which almost 40 are active. Due to the large fish stock, Sakule is a favorite place for fishing among fishermen. The picture shows a typical Pannonian courtyard with a shadoof (a pole with a bucket and counterweight used for raising water) and a painted facade of the house. HWW!