VIDEO: Working by day as a Chief Operations Officer for a multinational company, Warsaw-based Marcin Dobrzyniecki has become an internet sensation since first publishing examples of his miniature models on social media.
The historical memorabilia from the Veterans' House in Manchester, UK, include veterans' banners, Polish flags, paintings, books and documents belonging to the post-war Polish community in the city. The author of the photographs told TFN: “I was in complete shock and awe with not only how many items were still in the building, but also what the items represented.”
The photo mysteriously appeared on the fire brigade’s social media after they were photographed tackling a blaze in the village of Małdyty in northern Poland.
Urban photographer Daniel Remian said he began his nocturnal adventures a year ago after becoming captivated by the night-time transformation of the city’s streets and atmosphere.
Constituting one of the few documentary records of the capital during the Uprising, the 310 photographs from the private archive of photographer Eugeniusz Haneman reveal the horrors and damage to the city as well as the bravery of the insurgents.
TFN talks with Marek Snowarski, the creator of a leading website on picking mushrooms, and finds out just what draws him to the forests.
Stanisław Składanowski who had worked at the Lenin Shipyard since 1968 documented the strikes with over 1,000 photos now on show in Gdańsk and captured some of the most iconic moments of the historic events.
Photography duo Jadwiga and Marek Czarnecki took over 1,700 individual photographs of the Toruń skyline before electronically stitching them together to create the incredible panoramat. Zooming in, even the smallest details can be observed, with highlights including the Sailor’s Gate, the soaring steeple of the Church of the Holy Spirit, the solid dimensions of St. John’s Cathedral and the city defensive walls running along the bottom.
Pictures, many seen for the first time in public, reveal in detail just how the castle looked before the war.
After spotting a folder among the rubbish bins by his building, a man called Jan took it home where he discovered that it contains black-and-white photos of two neighbourhoods in northern Warsaw, Bielany and Żoliborz, from the 1960s.