Photographer's Note

As I promised in the previous photo taken from the Wydma Łącka (Łącka Dune), I present here a view in the opposite direction. If you look at the map, you will see that the Slowinski National Park is interestingly squeezed between the sea in the north and quite large lakes from the south. Of course I considered to capture both sides in one shot but they were on the very opposite sides, maybe a stitching would be an option?
In this photo you can notice that the color of the water is different than in the previous one. It is partially because of the approaching clouds from the south but also because the water in the lake is differently colored probably having a sediment. You can also notice the land across the water.

You have seen in the previous photo that the paths are clearly marked in this park to avoid people damaging the fragile nature. Sadly in a lot of spots I have seen that people didn't adhere to the rules. These young people decided that they want to have a photo without the fencing and they went beyond it. In some instances I don't like restrictions, for example, if they are for you safety then it is your call whether you follow it or not. But if it is about protecting the environment, I am willing to adhere to the rules so that other people can enjoy the preserved sand pattern as well. I am not even going to start on the the car driving style of young people versus more experienced ones.

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Additional Photos by Mariusz Kamionka (mkamionka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 6808 W: 105 N: 17774] (68760)
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