Even more temporary than changing leaves in the fall is the light of the sunrise. I am blessed to live a little outside of town. The sun rises in my front yard and illuminates my drooping tree. A mist hangs low on the fields and because of the little hills it creates this multidimentional look. … More Sunrise / WPC
My sister and I stopped at this little church on our way back to Sandomierz in Poland. The gate was shut, the church closed. And yet someone so visibly cared for it by placing this figure of Christ on the gate. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Scale.
Tightrope walker above the street in Sandomierz, Poland. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Scale.
Pedestrian is the only way you can visit Tatra Mountains in Poland. Today I will share one photo only, but in the subsequent days I will take you on a journey through our beautiful mountains. This hike takes you from the top of Kasprowy Wierch to Zakopane. It is June, the weather is perfect – … More Definitely Pedestrian / WPC
One summer afternoon this was the view from my window. Storm was approaching, heavy grey clouds hanging low above my city. In my apartment as I was waiting for the thunder and rain, I was amazed at the rich colors of the building. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Window.
The three Fauns are dancing on a fountain in Gliwice, Poland. Created in 1928 and affectionately called “the devils”, they are the favorite meeting place in the town. One theory of their origin states that each Faun represents a mayor of one of the three neighbor towns Gliwice, Zabrze, and Bytom. Since they could not … More Frolicking Fauns
Gdansk, Poland. Waiting for the signal. My contribution to Weekly Photo Challenge – Waiting.
The Crane in Gdansk, Poland is the sight that identifies the city. Located at the side of the river, the crane was built in 14th century for the purpose of loading and off-loading cargo from the ships and to set masts for the vessels going to sea. It is a wooden structure which at one … More Gdansk – The Crane