One of Bosnia and Herzgovina's most picturesque mosques sits quietly perched on a bank of the Neretva river. It is not extraordinary, but just looks perfect next to the flowing green river. Open since 1617, the mosque has been around since Ottoman times and flanks one of the oldest markets in Mostar, where travelers can buy local fruits, pomegranates, and honey.
Inside the mosque, a Bosnian woman strolls by
The mosque courtyard houses a small market
And an old graveyard
The minaret and the sun
Daytime over the green river
A red hue
Looming over the market is another minaret that i am just noticing now is from a different mosque, but I don;t care - it makes the cut...