On 24 June 2016, nineteen masters of photography showed their works to numerous visitors in the Cultural Centre Banski dvor in Banja Luka.

Cooperation between the Photo Club Janez Puhar and the Association of Slovenians “Triglav” Banja Luka has lasted for years. This year's exhibition was part of the Slovenian day in Slatina and marking 25 years of Slovenian independence.
Prior to the opening of the exhibition, a young flautist Zorana Belušević played the Bach prelude. Visitors and guests, including ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia to BiH Iztok Grmek, consul of the Consular Office of the Republic of Slovenia in Banja Luka Marjan Ristič, director of Cultural Centre Banski dvor Milovan Petrić, members of the Association Bazovica from Rijeka and six members of Photo Club Janez Puhar, were greeted by Nataša Kajmaković vice-president of the Association on behalf of the Association of Slovenians “Triglav” Banja Luka. On behalf of photographs from Kranj the attendees were greeted by president of Photo Club Simon Krejan.

Exhibition was organised by the Association of Slovenians “Triglav” Banja Luka, Photo Club Janez Puhar from Kranj and Cultural Centre Banski dvor Banja Luka. On behalf of the Cultural Centre the attendees were welcomed by director of the institution Milovan Petrić.

Following another performance by flautist Zorana Belušević the exhibition was officially opened. Ambassador of the Republic of Slovenia to BiH Iztok Grmek gave a speech greeting the attendees and wished further successful networking among Slovenian associations in homeland and Slovenian associations abroad with constant understanding and assistance by the Government of the Republic of Slovenia. He congratulated the Statehood Day of the Republic of Slovenia, 25 June.
Exhibition of masters of photography from Kranj shows patience, a well chosen moment of taking the photograph, and view of things surrounding us for which we do not have time or feelings, we don't see them!

Nataša Kajmaković