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Czasami, tak sobie myślę, dużo ludzi tak robi - tak sobie myślę w tym sensie, do kina chodzi się nie dla samego filmu, a dla reżysera, który go zrobił. I tu hou…

Today I came across with this in a renowned museum. Isn't it weird? They literally put it there, so you wouldn't be able to see the strokes, smell the acrylic…

For some time now I have been thinking about a new project with the subject of nature taking back. By this, I mean Images of objects of modern life being…

This is a disused Lime Kiln and I suspect this will be one of the oldest objects in this series. This Lime Kiln was in use during the mid 19th Century. I can't…

This is an old Style (Pedestrian rural fence crossing). It seems a bit out of place as the fence which, sometime ago it helped people cross is nowhere to be…

This is from a local nature park. There was a plan to improve this park with good parking facilities, public toilets and also some area for the park carers. …

Another in the series Nature Taking Back. This time a wall! Well, it looks like a wall of some type but the square holes in the wall must have had some use even…

This building is all that is left of some industrial buildings that were built in 1830 by William Malins. This was part of a local ironworks started By John…
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