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Diaspora, what do you miss from Poland?


convex 20 | 3,978
4 Oct 2010 #1
Here's an idea. I'll be in Polska for another couple of months. What do you miss from Poland? I'll take some pictures for you and post them, what a deal :)
Tlum 10 | 156
7 Oct 2010 #2
Polish fresh air? (from the Tatra mountains at least : )
pgtx 30 | 3,158
7 Oct 2010 #3
what do you miss from Poland?

my home town...
but i'll see it in a couple of months so it's OK...
pawian 175 | 13,560
7 Oct 2010 #4
* Do kraju tego, gdzie kruszynę chleba
Podnoszą z ziemi przez uszanowanie
Dla darów Nieba...
Tęskno mi, Panie...
Do kraju tego, gdzie winą jest duża
Popsować gniazdo na gruszy bocianie,
Bo wszystkim służą...
Tęskno mi, Panie...

Norwid.
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
7 Oct 2010 #6
Why are the trees bear?
Bzibzioh
7 Oct 2010 #7
What do you miss from Poland?

Miód pitny- trójniak (any amount will do ;)
All saints day and going to visit cemeteries, and taste of miodzik
Wigilia with karp

I'll take some pictures for you and post them, what a deal :)

Nice idea but you have to experience those things :/

Do kraju tego, gdzie winą jest duża

dużą

duża makes no sense
Lukasz K - | 103
8 Oct 2010 #8
Why are the trees bear?

Because of the air pollution...Those are the forests of Izerskie Moutains in the south-western part of Poland destroyed by the acid rains in the early 90's. The area had the worst air in whole Europe due to the brown-coal fuelled power plants located nearby in Poland (Bogatynia), Czech Rep. and Germany.

Right now the air is better but it takes a long time for the forest to recover especially at a high altitude (about 800-1000 m a.s.l.).

Polish fresh air?

So it is not so true...

Regards

£ukasz
SeanBM 35 | 5,808
8 Oct 2010 #9
brown-coal fuelled power plants

Thank you for such a in depth answer.
Ksysia 25 | 430
8 Oct 2010 #10
i think that the fall is in full colour just about now. fresh misty mornings, red leaves, trip to the targ to pick up the harvest fruit.
OP convex 20 | 3,978
8 Oct 2010 #12
Miód pitny- trójniak (any amount will do ;)

I'll buy a couple of bottles and come on here with a couple of drunken rants for the full experience :)

All saints day and going to visit cemeteries

That is one of my favorite parts of living here. I go out a second time late in the evening. It's incredibly peaceful walking through the cemeteries alone with all those candles burning. Dunno, nice time to get some thinking done :)

i think that the fall is in full colour just about now. fresh misty mornings, red leaves, trip to the targ to pick up the harvest fruit.

The leaves haven't changed here yet...still clinging on to summer. I've got a bunch of trees outside of my window, will take some pictures of them changing :)
Bzibzioh
8 Oct 2010 #13
I'll buy a couple of bottles and come on here with a couple of drunken rants for the full experience :)

I'll take the bottles gladly, thank you, but I experienced enough of drunken rants in my life already so I'll skip that part and go strait to heating my miód with some cloves. Umm ... pycha :)
f stop 25 | 2,513
9 Oct 2010 #14
How about a picture of all the candles at a cementary on halloween night?
OP convex 20 | 3,978
9 Oct 2010 #15
need to find the hdr pics...they look nice btw..


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