Few of my best photos from my two night trip to London. I focused mainly on night images as in my opinion this city look best. It was just kinda painful to carry heavy tripod all day long just to be able to take few photos during sunset and the blue hour.
by Tomasz Kozak
On Sunday 15 November, the inauguration of Timeless Elegance, new Christmas Lights design by ATC Lighting Design was organized at the iconic street of the British capital, Regent Street. The Philharmonic Orchestra, conducted by Nicholas Dodd, played a musical piece by Pierre Mussche from Musicom, composed specially for the occasion. Grand opening was followed by a party held at Lights of Soho gallery. Clearly, this event was all about the lights!Read more
Rzeszow, fairly large city in south east Poland where my story began 32 years ago when I opened my eyes to see beauty of this world for first time. It is a place where I met best friends, place that I explored thoroughly, place where I found my love... It is also place I left behind to seek better days...
Recently I visited Blackpool to check out its famous illuminations. I found it a bit cheesy but despite heavy wind I had good time nonetheless.
Five days that I spend in Portugal was very intense therefore time went fast as thunder. We've rent a car and start exploring nearby towns, little villages and beaches. Here are some fruits of my photographic efforts.
So this is another episode from my lone cycling trip project. This time winds blow be to Hattersley train station from where I cycle my way to beautiful Werneh low country park. I was hoping for much better weather with some sun rails coming through thick clouds to lit city of Manchester and my quest was to capture it from distance with as much grace as technically possible. Plan was great, but light didn't bring me any sweet photo I was hoping for so I end up with those shots bellow;
I love cycling. Especially around rocky terrain. Dove Stone reservoir area near Greenfield is perfect for it. Despite a little bit windy and wet weather me and my good friend went to do make some miles around those stark but still beautiful hills. Unfortunately light wasn't very appealing for my photography, dark clouds present everywhere made everything look a bit gloomy...
What can be better to do in warm, sunny summer afternoon than taking short trip to the county side with love of your life? Probably nothing else. As always I had camera with me with my 24-105 zoom so here I share some images from that day.
Day1: The High and the Low Tatras, located in Central Europe, Poland/Slovakia offer some of the continent’s most stunning scenery. I went to polish part of it along with two friends. On our way we had visit Czorszytyn lake where we took a boat trip to see ruins a castle.
We also took a bit longer route in order to snap some nice vistas of Tatra mountains national park near Bukowina Tatrzanska.
After arriving to our destination and finding our accommodation we took short 30 min walk onto Gubalowka mountain (1,126 m) just to warm up our body for tomorrows much bigger challenges. This is very popular location since it's easily reachable by the ski lifts.
Day2: We start our climb early in the morning on Malolaczniak peak (2096m) and then we continue our way to Kasprowy Wierch (1987m). Unfortunately I wasn't able to finish whole hike since pain in my knee that I was recently struggling with became unbearable. No amount pain killers could relief me from suffering and I was forced to take cable railway back to the city of Zakopane.
After arriving to hotel I had plenty time left so went to watch sunset at nearby meadow..
Day4: Unfortunately I was unable to hike that day. After making about 30 miles in last 3 days I overextend my knee too much. I woke with terrible pain. All I manage to do this day was short walk around Zakopane taking some street photos of local people. I also took a ride onto Gubalowka mountain.
Day5: Time of return to home... However we decided to wake early and to take short, 2h hike to Rusinowa meadow were we had chance to see beautiful vista of Tatra mountains.