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Completely random views of Poland, a co!


jasondmzk
19 Feb 2013 #61
Closterkeller's Anja Orthodox.

Yeah, I can see it. Maybe 20 years ago, sure. Here's a pre-goth singer, Krystyna Zachwatowicz, peforming in the 60's. You can see aspects of the style beginning to emerge.

Kochac nie warto, Piwnica, 1969:

Juxtaposition of two things you can't escape in Poland's larger towns, enormous statues and even larger advertisements.

Tacky is as tacky does in Poland.

What could this priest be counseling the fellow on the bike about?
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
18 Jun 2013 #62
They unveiled the monument to Kaczyński couple:

Kaczynski couple

Kaczynski Poland statue
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
15 Jul 2020 #63
Two random pieces of anti-authoritarian graffiti.

A few days ago passing by a railway bridge I spotted an old slogan which I remember from communism: TV lies. I felt like in my youth time - PiS has a wonderful ability to remind people of those times which were thought to be long gone. But no, history tends to repeat.



OP pawian 182 | 17,119
4 Apr 2021 #64
Gdańsk, drone view of the Old Town



Strzelec35 36 | 1,258
4 Apr 2021 #65
hey pawian, that sign isnt even grammatically correct. maybe those morons should learn basic English grammar before making political statements. tvp isnt is klamie it should say tvp klamie or tvp is klamstwo. but i guess they wanted to put pis in there to be clever.
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
4 Apr 2021 #66
but i guess they wanted to put pis in there to be clever.

Yes, that was a clever play with words TVP and PiS.

that sign isnt even grammatically correct

It has nothing to do with grammar, it is a vocabulary thing, so called neologism.

morons should learn basic English gramma

Relax. It is Easter.
Chemikiem
4 Apr 2021 #67
drone view of the Old Town

That's a really beautiful view. I love all the colourful buildings in Poland, the UK looks so grey in comparison.
Paulina 13 | 2,230
6 Apr 2021 #68
Gdańsk, drone view of the Old Town

This looks so cool, they look like gingerbread cookies covered with colourful marzipan :)))

I love all the colourful buildings in Poland, the UK looks so grey in comparison.

Yes, they're nice, I guess we need some colour due to long Polish winters, but if you live here all your life you may get bored of them. I actually like historic British architecture.
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
23 Apr 2021 #69
Drive through boar feeding. Poles are good-natured and never refuse when boars beg for food.





OP pawian 182 | 17,119
2 Jun 2021 #70
Poodle in crops - photo by Jan Ulicki
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Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,840
2 Jun 2021 #71
Gdańsk, drone view of the Old Town

Wow, that's beautiful! :)
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
2 Jun 2021 #73
Really? I thought you were commenting on the poodle. :)

Here is one more from Warsaw: by Marcin Gorgolewski



Bratwurst Boy 12 | 11,840
2 Jun 2021 #74
Nice! 😲

I guess I'm a fan of this style...
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
3 Jun 2021 #75
You mean multiple bright colours?

How about this style -you won`t see it in Germany. hahaha

Corpus Christi celebration - in some towns parishioners prepare floral carpets. Pity they are destroyed by the procession. :)









Alien
3 Jun 2021 #76
you won`t see it in Germany. hahaha

????Blumenkorso in Bad Ems. I have seen several times.hahaha
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
3 Jun 2021 #77
Blumenkorso in Bad Ems

Yes, but it is a different event, with floral props riding on floats, while I was talking about floral carpets on which people walk.

hohohoho
Alien
3 Jun 2021 #78
Yes but after the Corso remeins a big floral carpet on the Highstreet you can go on.
OP pawian 182 | 17,119
3 Jun 2021 #79
Yes, but it is a complete disarray of petals, while in Polish event they display beautiful patterns at first before they are trodden on. :):)
Alien
5 Jun 2021 #80
Every floral collection ends as garbage collection ( at the end of a day )


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