Sumadija, Serbia is a region known for its nature and its mountains. There is basically no tourism and little influence from the West. People are mostly self-sufficient and farming is their main income. I experienced Sumadija as a fairytale, in which elements of daily life blend into a magic-realistic world that looks strange for the outsider. From an open and honest perspective I captured my curiosity for the region and its people. The photographs convey a sense of humour, a light-hearted touch and a hint of surrealism.
All images and text © Sebastian Steveniers
By Sebastian Steveniers
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