Kunica, Baltic sea -:)

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  1. anua

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    Kuźnica is the small , windy village at the seaside (Baltic sea), at the Hel peninsula, north Poland.
    And Hel is the place where Poland ends (literally, he he).
    I love Kuźnica, cause its very quiet, natural, and not very crowded. Ah, and it has the most beautifull beach at the whole Hel peninsula.

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    comments and suggestions are welcome -:)
    cheers,

    anj
     
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    Nice shots. I really like the 3rd one.
     
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    hi Ania! Haven't seen you much here lately! but I see youw as on holidays! :D wonderful pictures! as usual! :D to you know that I have never been to Hel? :(:(
     
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    Thanks Hyperion, and Ola -:)

    what? Ola! How its possible you havent been to Hel? ha ha,youre so close to it! If i could i would just move there, i love the place sooo much!
    You should absolutely check this place out, im sure you'd love it!
     
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    Some of these shots look like they're taken in the desert. Very cool! I love them all!
     
  6. anua

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    Thanks HollandHusker!
     
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    Lovely shots Anja. Love the abstract patterns. 3 & 6 look like Bridget Riley paintings :thumbup:
     
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    Wow, I love this series. You did a great job on these! #2 and 3 especially stand out for me.
     
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    I dig this series!!!! : )
     
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    ha ha, thank you Mohain, i always liked op art (including Bridget Riley's paintings) and every kind of eye tricks, so maybe i was influenced, or something? who knows? -;)

    Thank you, guys, for the nice comments!

    anja
     
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    Your pictures are fantastic! Looks like an awesome place to walk & shoot some...
     
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    these are all amazing... i would like over half of them if i was picking favorites... you did a wonderful job capturing the textures... :thumbup:
     

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