I haven’t done a photo tour in more than two weeks, even though I’ve been waiting impatiently to use my Sigma 50-150mm f/2.8 again. I don’t know if you are familiar with the current situation in Serbia – the weather has been extremely bad during the past few weeks and last week the rain was heavier than it has been in decades. In the news, there is talk of a one-hundred-year flood. Many rivers (the West Morava, Sava, Kolubara, Mlava, among others) have overflowed their banks and have flooded several mid-size towns and countless villages. Currently there are assumed to be twenty fatalities and material damages amounting to billions. And the worst isn’t over yet. Two of the largest coal-fired power plants are threatened by flooding, which could lead to nationwide power outages. In this weather, and in such a situation, I don’t exactly feel like doing photography. But what else can you do to get the horrible images out of your head?