Serbia is also the Danube and the Danube is also its tributaries. Dragoljub Zamurovic took most of the photographs for this collection from a hot air balloon. We have thus gained Serbia's new face. This hovering eye has revealed many natural beauties for the first time. Flying over the birds' nests in the swamp the camera master sometimes saw that they were not disturbed by his presence at all! They considered him a kindred spirit, albeit one that flies. Many of the photographs therefore carry the freshness of new discoveries.. The stork is an ancient bird, photographed thousands of times, but in this book about nature and people we find a unique sight: a lone stork standing in a swamp. An enigmatic picture of the bird which knows both sides of the globe and also remembers our waters. Next to the Danube we will see the chapel near Kovilj, with a black monk inside. We will see the solitary great white heron in the wild forest. We will meet people of various nationalities, dressed in their picturesque national costumes. We will see the global phenomena of Belgrade's bridges. We will meet anglers next to the Morava River and fishermen in artificial fish farms, people hard at work with boots up to their waists, always damp and frozen. This book is teaming with original and rare phenomena. We will witness the scene from the Boljetisnko graveyard, where people bring meat, eggs and cakes to the graves on Easter Monday. And, in what is an unforgettable procession, a tree in front of the people will be carved into the shape of a crucifix.