Autumn in Poland

Some of the best trips I ever took were the ones I least expected to take, and knew very little about beforehand. Visiting Poland was such one trip. I was invited to participate at a European Conference, part of my work in the European Voluntary Service, a conference that gathered volunteers from all of the countries that are part of the European Union. As always, it was intense, it was work, and it was a lot of fun.

Me and a friend of mine represented Romania. We had about 4 days to pack and get ready, a very long train ride. We exchanged two trains, if I remember correctly, but finally made it. And in between sharing, working, laughing and playing, I captured Poland’s beauty, in the arms of Fall….

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Photos taken around Nowy Gierałtów and Wrocław in Silesia, Poland. October, 2011.

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