Wrocław, Poland in Colours I

  Updated on 2021-10-02 Wrocław, Poland

The small western city of Poland - Wrocław, sharing a border with neighbouring Germany, is a town of deeply mixed emotions with a complicated sentimental history. The colourful 19th century architecture at the Rynek (city town) co-exist in despair with the ancient buildings in ruins, quintessentially a replicated film of history through the history of Poland live on air. One arrives at the antiquated train station in smiles and parts in tears. Its people live with its history sharing its complex sentiments, however, are kind in their hearts with lesser capitalistic minds.

Places: The Rynek, Wrocław Główny train station, market square

All images captured with the Nikon D40X with Carl Zeiss Jena Pancolar MC 50/1,8. The Kodak Ektachrome 100VS films captured under the Hasselblad 500C/M were unfortunately lost in transit over the years. Colour Profiles: Adobe RGB 8-bit