Photographer's Note

About Poland. Page One.
About the Bench

It all started here, in Drohiczyn.
Few years ago I bought a wooden house near river Bug. My first trip was to Drohiczyn, few kilometers from my place. A lovely, quiet, forgotten town on the cliff of the river Bug.
It all started here - Drohiczyn opened up for me that unknown region of Podlasie where so many cultures mixed and blended together.
Where so many stories were told.
Where I met so many nice people who helped me fall in love with the country.
About Poland. My new series which will last for a month or so, I think.
You'll meet different places I visited over the last year or so.
Some of the pictures will be postcardish (JG, promise to warn me, please, if I get too close to the line :-)).
Some will not fit my main streamline.
Some might be really strange.
My goal is to take you by the hand and show you the beauty of this land.
For the first installment I decided to post some "classical" bantonbuju work as I find Drohiczyn and its people completely responsible for my passion for the "real life" photography. I was so much in love with these people from the very first moment I saw them sitting like that. A chat with all of them was a cherry on the cake.

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Additional Photos by Jerzy Bucki (bantonbuju) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 3364 W: 166 N: 7137] (51815)
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