Skip to content

Photography

Streets and Phones

Cellphone and Smartphone cameras have opened up the world of digital photography to everyone. It has also widened the genre od Street Photography and Travel Photography. This is my sampling of that new art form in practice.

Read More

Going to Church

Some of the great locations for photography are the churches and cathedrals of Europe. In these magnificent structures, you can find history, architecture and art. There is so much to see that I will probably follow with a “Part Two” and maybe even a “Part Three”. One thing I would like to impress upon those who chose…

Read More

The Panorama Racławicka

The Panorama Racławicka is not just a painting. It is a work of art on a massive scale. The lone piece of art can be found in Wroclaw Poland, in a museum, created to display the 49ft tall X 374ft  long, painting. A 3D illusion is created by blending the image with a seamless foreground extending from…

Read More

Ksiąz Palace – Poland

This is another photographic preview of our castle discovery tour. The detail of the palace and its history can be found on our travel blog at WhyPoland.net. Ksiąz Palace is located high on a wooded hill in the town of Wałbrzych, in the Lower Silesian region. It is dated to the 13th century. Recently this area…

Read More

Czocha Castle – Poland

Another photographic tease from our three-day excursion to some of the many castles which dot the Polish countryside. Czocha Castle began as a stronghold, on the Czech-Lusatian border. Origin of the stone castle dates back to 1329. (Wikipedia http://bit.ly/2N1DkRn). This castle has many surprises, secrets and legends. For an in-depth look at Czocha Castle, visit…

Read More

Wilanów: The Versailles of Poland

Friends told us there was a “must see” on our recent visit to Warsaw, Poland.  It was a palace constructed by the King of Poland, Jan Sobieski. The Sobieski Palace should at the top or close to it, on everyone’s Warsaw list. It was constructed in the last half of the 17th century. Jan III Sobieski was…

Read More
Please wait...

Subscribe to our newsletter

Want to be notified when our article is published? Enter your email address and name below to be the first to know.