Streets of Kraków
When walking around Streets of Kraków, along the River Vistula in Kazimierz; the Old Jewish District or in the vicinity of the Old Town with my camera on my neck, I have been thinking (but not too much, to be honest) what my life would be without the Photography that I love so much? What I would be doing instead? Where would I direct my passion, how I would spend my spare time? Thank God, the beauty of Kraków that as the city has changed so much over last years, appeared to be more interesting than my thoughts about my life without photography.
I really was not aware that the Streets of Krakow can offer so much for us; the Photographers. Early evenings offer so much, the lightings, the pedestrians, monuments and even pigeons that appear from nowhere. Also the people of Kraków are so nice and open to Photographers; wait for you to capture the scene, smile at you, accept them in the streets.
This week, I attended the PhotoTuesday event organised by Fotografia Kraków. What a great bunch of people, passionates of photography. Real artists mainly of Landscape Photography. Really talented and open people.
I honestly cannot wait for the next year Photography Month organised by The Foundation for Visual Arts. Check out their website for more information.
I think you will all agree with me that Kraków is the City of Photographers.
Till the next time…
Stay well and keep photographing…