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    Family Kostic was very large family living in village Retimlje near Velika Hoca (Kosovo, Serbia). In 1998. there was a violent eviction organized by UCK (LAK, Liberation Army of Kosovo). Many Serbs were kidnapped and some of them killed. Dragi and his daughter stayed alive and today live in Velika Hoca. His two sons were kidnapped, but he still believes they are somewhere alive. Dragi is very angry at life and his country because they have closed their eyes and don’t give any help or support.
    Composition 7
    Lighting 3
    Creativity 1
    Story 6

    What a great character with a face that reflects a tough life. The moment and expression are excellent. The light is perfect and the composition exquisitely simple and perfect.

    Ed Kashi
    National Geographic Photographer
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    Date Uploaded: Jul 2, 2014
    Copyright: © Mina Delic
    Categories: Portraits, People
    Assignments: How Close Can You Get?