What this traveller saw….in Warsaw

To continue the travel theme I started a few days ago, here are a few Black & White images from Warsaw:

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26 comments

  1. I’m enjoying this monochrome travel series. There are some crackers here: evening violin, lamplight…

  2. Great sequence of images…and well suited to B&W

  3. Lovely series, Sue. evening violin quite magical.

    • Sue

      Thanks, A C…. that violin was magical, and the shadow on the wall has made the photographic image, a different kind of magic. I did once post a slightly different image, but it didn’t work as well.

  4. Some of those shots remind me of films like ‘The Third Man’. Packed with atmosphere!
    Best wishes, Pete.

  5. Those solitary figures in urban landscapes, a paragraph of description in one momentary glimpse, and a hint of stories to be told. Excellent, Sue.

  6. Great set. Really liked the violin player.

  7. An interesting theme and I like the way you are showing these images in black and white.

    • Sue

      Black & White was my ‘thing’ for a while when I was younger, and sporadically over the years. I am picking images that suit this form for this series!

  8. Love lamplight and through the alley. I probably prefer Vivi’s lady with the violin but this has good atmosphere, Sue. 🙂 🙂 Exhausted this evening! Went to an exercise class that wasn’t on (wrong time/place 🙂 ) but have walked miles today so it’s probably just as well. Recovered with a soothing glass of wine in the sunshine.

  9. I know that alley so well! And you’ve captured it so beautifully. But the violinist takes the blue ribbon – or the cake! (Everything seems to be conspiring to draw me back – or at least all those things that aren’t conspiring to keep me here.)

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