Friday, September 28, 2012

Zakrzówek in the fall


Zakrzówek - flooded old limestone quarry in Cracow. Currently popular (though illegal) summer swimming place for Cracovians. Besides, it's one of the best known in Poland diving sites.

29 comments:

  1. Zawsze mnie fascynowały kolory jesieni.

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  2. Awesome reflections and a fantastic capture!!

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  3. Joli photo qui mériterait peut être un peu plus d'intensité de contraste !

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  4. Beautiful! Don't let anyone know what goes on here!

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  5. very nice colors, i so like this photo 'coz it looks so serene. just pleasant to the eyes.

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  6. An absolutely wonderful reflection and colour.

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  7. Love your website! Nice big photographs for us to enjoy. This one is particularly beautiful.

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    1. Thank you, nice to see such kind words :)

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  8. Czesc, wyglada jak Ontario w Kanadzie :-). Trafilam tu z CDPB Water's Edge. Pozdrawiam.

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  9. Amazing scenery and you've captured the colors beautifully!

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  10. Love your choice for the theme day. Thank you for sharing it with us all.

    Have a great month!

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  11. Nossa, essa também ficou fantástica!!! :D

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  12. Illegal swimming and diving? That sounds like something us Aussies would do! Happy theme day from downunder!

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  13. Very nice photography. I like the limestone and the pool of water.

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  14. What a heavenly shot. All the shades of yellow are gorgeous. Such a wonderful fall picture. I would LOVE t go swimming there. genie

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  15. wonderful shots. I love the concept of this photo.

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  16. artistic shot....we have granite quarries here, and they look so similar.....

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  17. I love the reflections of the limestone cliffs in the water!! And the autumn colours!!!

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  18. Breathtaking photo with all the limestone cliffs and reflections. The natural "carvings" in the cliff are so dramatic.

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