Belgrade, the capital of Serbia, is not my hometown, but I do not love it any less because of it. It is a true European metropolis with over 2 million inhabitants with most diverse origins. It is an old, beautiful and friendly city, open to all its visitors. But it is also often said that Belgrade is a city with a dark soul. What I love the most about Boris Mrđa’s photography is that he managed to capture Belgrade not as a dark city, but on the contrary, bathed with night lights in the most interesting ways possible. That is why I decided to feature his work (which he politely ceded) here at FSC.