sábado, 29 de marzo de 2008

Polish Visions (better late than never)

Let's have a look at what my camera saw in Poland
(Travelling alone gives you plenty of time to take photos. This is only a small sample of 600 pictures)







Wieliczka (Salt mines)


I took this picture from the train going to the salt mines. It was snowing really hard, that's why this strange and blurred atmosphere





This one too






The place is pretty dark and claustrophobic. I don't know why but it is cold and windy 2oo meters below ground



This photo was a mistake, i used the flash and the camera was in the wrong colour balance... anyway i think i like it.





Here with the right balance





There is a huge church down there.




hanging lamps in the church









Auschwitz








View through the window of the main watchtower





train tracks







just a window







just an old charming man







barbed wire is kind of common there








more







I don't want to know what was the use of this









They maintain the shoes from the victims. Also tonnes of hair, pictures... and many of their personal belongings.







also their hair and toothbrushes








Jazz concert In KRAKOW

Shoes and jazz at Alchemia (best jazz club in Krakow)







Some captures







Spotlight in the concerts' room









Trumpetist








Spectator









The same spotlight from other point of view









Let's see a bit of Krakow
sorry, i couldn't make this sequence bigger, click on it.





The tram (best way to move around the city)







this sign is kind of strange/funny









old colours, the shop looks quite 80's







Cleaning up the windows








Bus, car, old woman








Sunset








I like it








telephone box







Bloody sunset...








Woman walking her dog





so... the trip is over



Thanks my Italian friends Pietro, Artur, Marcello, Teo and... il dentista.

Grazie Amici. I hope I'll see you again some day.

8 comentarios:

Guilom&Dora dijo...

great pictures, in a really gabo's way ;-)
bye G&D

sun dijo...

Gabiño que fotos más chulas! Que viaje tan interesante, me das un poco de envidia desde el otro lado del charco la verdad...
Haré lo propio, los grlaciares de aquí te encantarías, podrías pasarte horas fotografiándolos!
Gran trabajo, muchos besos, Alex.

der lange dijo...

niiice pictures! but why are you naming all of them? would be much nicer just to look at them without the text underneath all the time. just a suggestion, still very nice photos :D hugs and greetz from holland, seb

.:danielita:. dijo...

Hermosas Fotograías!!!
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Un placer conocer este espacio
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saludos

Jaime G. dijo...

Gabony Nice... Good stuff

dtordable dijo...

Desconocía este blog Gabo, te agregaré porque encima es bueno crack! Las fotos de los campos de concentración están muy bien, yo estuve el finde pasado en uno cerquita de Berlín e impresiona bastante.

curreles dijo...

gaborrrrrrrr
no sabía que tenías un blog!!
me molan tus fotos y experimento grandes recuerdos, pues yo también he estado en Polonia y en el pueblo de Oswycin(se que no se escribe así) y me trae buenos recuerdos ver estas fotillos. Veo que aprovechaste las clases de foto del ceu más que yo pues las fotos están verdaderamente bien jejeje

me encanta la foto de just a window jeje creo que tanto foto como titular te definen
youre just... gabo!!

Chistian C.Taylor dijo...

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