Krakow Sunset

A last March weekend Sunset


As some of you know, the first quarter of 2019 has not been good for me… The main reason for this was the loss of my camera due to the robbery that took place at the end of February. But now days, I am back to full swing and my routine I would say… however, street and documentary does not give us the routine, does it?

And here they are… First captures of sunset during the last Saturday of March 2019. As you can see, these photographs are not crispy sharp, a bit grainy with some nice touch on Lightroom and finalized on Photoshop. But this is how I imagined them, in a different way than others present their work.

Hope you like them that much as I enjoyed photographing them for you and myself.



Humans from Oxford Street

Humans from Oxford Street

A collection of candid street portraits taken during recent trip to London

There is no other place like streets of London where I feel a real joy of Street Photography

You will ask why? I think that the main reason that this is the city where I found my passion and dedication for this type of photography. I was on my way to meet a talented actor Rohan whom I photographed last time during his show at Edinburgh Fringe earlier in August this year. Suddenly I felt a great need to photograph (again) these crowds, people, their faces around me.

All of the rush, somewhere, from shop to shop, to the tube, bus stop, somewhere and only they knew where they were heading. And me, in contrast to them, I stood still and started photographing. I simply felt inspired. I know that some of you will say, just basic street shots but for me that was a moment of real pleasure; kind of realisation, meeting with myself and my mind.

Have a look….

Five reasons I have fallen in love with Edinburgh

Why to visit Edinburgh not only during Fringe Festival.

My second visit to the capital of Scotland during #EdFringe

Why you should get on a plane or train and experience this vibrant city whenever suits you but the month of August is the best time to go there... 

I was lucky enough to be in Edinburgh during the first weekend of Fringe Festival and must admit it has been one of my the best weekend in my life so far. To be honest, I simply have fallen in love with this magical city. I took part at a great show by Rohan walked almost 50 km in total around the town but above all took many, many photographs and not only on the Streets but also around the town so you my dear Viewer could have a sense of the city during the largest Theatre Festival in the world. 

My five main reasons why I have fallen in love with Edinburgh are:

1. People

Without them there would not be neither city, festival - there would be simply nothing. Not only the citizens who calmly welcome massive influx of tourists (the city population doubles during the month of August) but all these amazing artists who arrive to the town to give their best performance ever.

2. Atmosphere that they create 

Edinburgh does not go to sleep during the festival. 24 hours a day the city is on. Has fun, welcome the Artists, the Visitors, just enjoy sunny summer days. 

3. Night Life

If you want to go out in the evening or night, please do the research and plan. There are so many options to choose from. And what must be noted here is an amazing job that is done by the Police of Edinburgh, the Transport for Edinburgh and all of the people who work hard during the festival so us the visitors could feel, secure and welcomed. 

4. Architecture 

What an amazing Scottish heritage. If you go there, you can spend hours of wandering around the city and admire the beauty of this city. Recommend the Castle but the visit to St. Giles Cathedral made me speechless. 


In my opinion this is one of the best city to capture the dramatic sceneries of the sun, clouds and wind. Mother Nature did not allow for any single drop of rain to fall and therefore I had the opportunity to walk around the town in the sun. 

The City of London in Black and White

A transformed City of London

A fast changing heart of London Financial District

It is almost two years when I left London and was totally amazed how the Square Mile has changed... The City goes up, higher and higher... The towers start to dominate over the heart of London. The light, together with clouds and sun created a stunning images that I am sharing with you.