I wrote about my Photos from Poland and the Borderlands a while back. In my trips to Poland, have have been fortunate to take a number of photographs of the sites and people of Poland and of the the borderlands–specifically Ukraine so far. Some of them are just OK, yet remind me of the places I’ve been and the things I’ve seen. But a few of them are really very good, in my humble opinion. I have begun collecting, framing, and exhibiting them occasionally as a part of my collection titled “Zdjęcia z Polski i Kresów”–Photos from Poland and the Borderlands. Today I am posting a few more.
You can see many of my photos from my two trips in these online albums:
Two of what I think are the best will be displayed at the Sanford Welcome Center for this month’s Sanford Art Walk. The show opens on the day of the Sanford Art Walk, Friday November 22nd,, from 6-9 PM at the Historic Sanford Welcome Center, 230 East First Street, Sanford, FL 32771. I hope you can join me there. But for those who can’t, here’s a bit about what you’re missing.
This month’s theme was “November Rain” and so anything having to do with water somewhere. It is in all my photos below, but only the main theme in one:
- Rapids on the Prut River (near Yaremche–The Pearl of the Carpathians– in Ukraine)
- Archcathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary and Saint Andrew (on the Baltic Sea, Frombork, Poland)
And finally, this last picture is not from Poland or the borderlands. It’s actually a photo i snapped with my iPhone at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier on a dreary, rainy, foggy day in October 2012. Somehow, I just had to capture that mood and I think I did: