It's the first time I post here though I've been a rare lurker for about half an year.
My name is Lukasz Grabun, I am 29, living in Poland, Europe. For those who live in States: Europe is the small peninsula attached to Russia and Poland is a medium-sized country at the very eastern end of it ;-)
Hello! Just don't make it more difficult for the Americans than it is - the truth is that there are about 10 countries in Europe that are farther to the East than Poland - some of them even much more (Ukraine to name just one of them)! If you disorient them they could come to Moscow instead of to Warsaw - you wouldn't like that...
Hello. Welcome from Old England and an even shorter distance( about 70 miles) to Cambridge U.K. In an easterly direction I live on the highest point on the earth's surface until the Ural mountains in Russia. We would be able to wave to each other if the earth didn't curve!
Golly, I didn't know abandoned cemeteries was an Eastern European thing. I too shoot them, and also keep about 20 of them cleared of leaves and debris, mow them, and maintain plastic flowers on each grave. They range from 1 grave to 54 graves, and mady are remote and/or out in the local National Forest.
Welcome from Northern Canada. I had the good fortune to visit your country in 1994. I was there teaching for about a month. Fascinating country and wonderful people. I managed to find the time to visit Warsaw, Krakow, Auschwitz. Compared to Poland, Canada's history is like reading yesterday's newspaper.
Welcome to the group.