Poland Photos - Travel & Fine Art

There are some countries to which we have special connection – friends, family, great experiences, mentality of people who live there. Such country for us is Poland.

The sun setting directly behind the Palace of Culture and Science in the Warsaw Skyline

Warsaw Skyline at Sunset | Warsaw, Poland

Some photos are spontaneous captures of the moment. Others, however, can require quite a bit of planning.⁠ This photo of the Warsaw skyline with the Palace of Culture and Science as its centerpiece falls into the latter.

The Hala Gąsienicowa cabin, which is located at the Tatra National Park in Poland.

Hala Gąsienicowa cabin – summer in the Tatra Mountains | Poland

The day was sunny and it was a pleasure to climb up, even though there were many people who were going with us. Our tour started at 1000m of altitude and ended at 2000m to Kasprowy Wierch. In two third of the way, we reached Hala Gasienicowa – a meadow in between mountains. As soon as I saw the composition of the wooden cabin with high mountain scenery I knew it was worth to carry ten kilos of camera backpack with me.

Black and white image of the Cathedral in Wroclaw, Poland at night

Cathedral Wroclaw | Wroclaw, Poland

The back of the Cathedral in Wroclaw, also known as the Cathedral of St. John the Baptist, which was built between 1244 and 1341. Nowadays it is one of the most important historic buildings in the fourth largest city of Poland. Its two illuminated church spires ascend above the dome like two needles.

Rynek Market Square and City Hall in Wroclaw, Poland at night

Sounds of Wroclaw | Poland

Wrocław has one of the biggest market squares in Europe and its city hall is the biggest one in Poland. Late at night the city wraps itself in silence and is only disturbed now and again by the hushed voices of people returning home from a night out. I wanted to capture the intriguing atmosphere of this place, but also show as much as possible of this very beautiful market square painted in the crisp autumn light at night.

Most Tumski Bridge and Cathedral Island in Wroclaw, Poland

Tumski-Bridge | Wroclaw, Poland

When you visit the Old City of Wroclaw you will discover many historical buildings and cultural treasures as well as a buzzing nightlife. One of my favourite pieces of architecture is the Tumski-Bridge. Every time we are in Wroclaw we take a walk to the so-called „Cathedral Island“, for which this beautiful bridge has to be crossed.

Cathedral Island Ostrów Tumski in Wrocław, Poland

Ostrów Tumski | Wrocław, Poland

Ostrów Tumski, also called „Cathedral Island”, is the oldest part of Wrocław. If you visit it, you will indeed usually enter via a bridge but quickly realize that it is no longer an island. Today it’s “just” an old town district with a large number of religious buildings such as churches, the cathedral, the Archbishop’s palace and spiritual faculties.

Cathedral in Wroclaw at Night

Wrocław Cathedral | Poland

The Wrocław Cathedral is the heart of the so called Cathedral island, the old centre of the city. It forms the religious centre of the over 1000 year old Wrocław. In order to do it justice with its long and impressive Polish / German / Silesian / Bohemian history, I decided for an – at least for me – unusual processing style.

Halny storm in Zakopane, Tatra Mountains

Halny | Zakopane, Poland

Halny is a special foehn wind that occurs only on the Polish-Slovak border in the Tatra Mountains. First, clouds push in for 2-3 days on the Slovak side, bringing heavy rain. In the same time on the Polish side it is warm and sunny. After the 2-3 days, Halny comes to the Polish side. Hurricane force winds then come down from the peaks into the valley.

Church of Peace interior in Świdnica, Poland

Church of Peace – Pulpit | Świdnica, Poland

Built in one year completely from wood, the Church of Peace is a result of the fight between Catholicism and evangelists in the 17th century. Its interior is unbelievable beautiful, everything is made from wood and yet it is so colorful and huge. When you’re inside you don’t know where to look first, it has capacity for 5.500 people.