While traveling around Poland, which by the way, it's such an incredible place to visit and see, I started taking more pictures to people on the street than ever. I don't know why but they inspire me, so I'm doing more street photography. This guy noticed I was taking him a picture although I wasn't even looking at him and my camera was close to my leg... gotcha!
I really enjoyed taking pictures in Lviv, the city is very different from what I'm used to see so it was fun and interesting at the same time. Taxis in Ukraine are very cheap, we had the chance to get in a taxi and payed like 5 euros and we stayed in it for almost one hour...
Many people visit Łódz and they say is not pretty, and maybe they're even right. But this city has something especial, something you cannot find in another place. It seems to be forgotten, forgotten by everyone, but at the same time is full of energy... if you like alternative cities, go to Łódz.
There was a small market of soviet books and antiquities in a square. It was snowing a lot so all of the things were white and covered with snow... people just didn't care and acted normally, I guess they're simply used to it.
Lviv was incredible, I really enjoyed going to Ukraine, but the cold was killing me! One day it was like minus 20 degrees centigrades!! So we had to walk around the city in this cold weather without complaining and sometimes we found these frozen cars parked in the street, which was interesting and gave a strange feeling to it.
This elder woman was trying to cross the street in a very bad moment. The street was busy with a lot of cars and buses and the floor was slippery so she was going very very slow... it took her some time to manage to cross, but she did it.