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Windows, walls, roofs, doors, notes and a bricked up tree

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Can't beat an aimless stroll through a city and a photographic turkey shoot. This was an afternoon getting lost in Kazimierz in Krakow and points in between.
20th May 2008, 19:22  

Caine says:

Brilliant shots all! I tried, but I can't pick a favourite. Or even two. :D

21st May 2008, 00:04

Dhamaka says:

that looks wonderful and I love the bricked trunk

21st May 2008, 06:45

cool series indeed

21st May 2008, 07:55

PrincessJun says:

Great shots - I really like the top one. The bricked tree makes me feel a bit weird for some reason when I look at it...

21st May 2008, 10:12

taniwha says:

Thank you all.

I like the bricked up tree because it is so weird. Like something you would find in a fairy tale.

21st May 2008, 15:42

foreverben says:

Where did you discover the DETTOL ad?

20th May 2009, 11:25

taniwha says:

I found the dettol ad at the pharmacy museum (I love museums - I'm a bit of a geek about them) which I think was up near the town wall. I had to pay to take photos there which in reality meant purchasing a bottle of reusable pills, very quirky place but gorgeous to look at.

20th May 2009, 11:33

foreverben says:

Hmm, I didn't know that we have that museum in town. Very interesting. Thanks for the info. Ben.

20th May 2009, 12:14

foreverben says:

Hey-- This afternoon I found the pharmacy museum on Ulica Florianska 25, as you said, not far from the main city wall (main gate - "Brama Florianska").

20th May 2009, 15:54