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!
Lukasz, welcome to APUG from the USA . . . it's sort of in the middle of the peninsula attached to the north end of Panama. EuGene
Welcome from Toronto. Like your pictures. I share the same typical Eastern European obcession of shooting abandoned cemeteries.
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.
Lukasz.... Welcome to APUG from western Massachsetts.
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.
Guys, I am really moved with such a warm welcome. Thanks to you all and please excuse me postponing writing a response for such a long time.
Do you know any Paczkowski's over there?