I rather like the fuzzy effect, but the bright white spotlight doesn't really contribute to the atmosphere.
I rather enjoyed riding on the Polish trains -- but they were SLOW for someone used to Japan's shinkansen or France's high-speed rail service.
A cold, snowy February day is an appropriate time to visit Auchwitz. It really makes you think about what was done there.
I was particularly taken with Krakow's streetcar system.
I wasn't able to get a really good angle to capture this, but it was a really interesting network of wooden stairways and balconies inside an alley.
Market square early Saturday morning. No one is out yet -- presumably because they're all recovering from the partying they were doing the night before.
Under German occupation, Krakow had a 'hauptbahnhof' The station is still there, but has returned to its Polish designation. This sign was in the museum in Schindler's Factory.