Vivid lights in Sydney

May 3, 2017

The Vivid Sydney Festival is about lights, music and ideas. It has grown into the largest of its kind in the world and it’s insanely popular.
Many places gets more crowds than New Years Eve celebration! If you happen to visit Sydney between 27 May to 18 June make sure you go to the festival during the mid-week when crowds won’t be as intense. Also, bring warm clothes – it’s the middle of the winter in Sydney – temperature at night can easily drop below 10°C.

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Saal Digital – obraz na płótnie

April 26, 2017

Niedawno miałem okazję wziąć udział w promocji firmy Saal Digital Polska i stworzyć fotoobraz z jednego z moich zdjęć.
Wybrałem zdjęcie wodospadu Pool of Siloam, które zrobiłem w Blue Mountains w Australii. Poniżej znajduje się zdjęcie w pliku jpg oraz prezentacja finalnego produktu.

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Sunday morning

March 20, 2017

What could you do at 3 am on Sunday morning (for many it’s a middle of the night :P) ?
Wake up and get ready for a sunrise at the highest peak of the Karkonosze Mountains!

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Karkonosze Mountains crazy weather

March 17, 2017

One of my most favourite hiking routes in the Karkonosze Mountains.
Szklarska Poręba > Wodospad Kamieńczyka > Hala Szrenicka > Szrenica > Śnieżne Kotły > Schronisko Pod Łabskim Szczytem > Szklarska Poręba

That day the weather was absolutely crazy, constantly changing. Literally from sunny day to the snow storm within the minutes!
First photo taken at 5:41 am, last at 11:08am.

Enjoy!
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Buddhist Monasteries in Ladakh

February 22, 2017

Ladakh is mostly inhabited by people of Tibetan descent, which makes that region a very rich in Buddhist temples, monasteries, gompas…
Some of them have been founded in the 11th century. Few are in ruins while others are still inhabited by monks and ordinary people.
It has been an amazing experience to be there and see how they live!
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40km downhill in the Himalayas

February 6, 2017

Khardung La pass is situated ~39 km from Leh. I got to the top by car, with the bicycle on its roof – it was exciting.
But the real fun began on the way down – nearly 40 km long, from the altitude of 5359 meters to approx 3500 meters!

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