Każde z królestw natury: królestwo zwierząt, roślin i minerałow - posiada swoją własną doskonałość.
Człowiek żyjący pośród nich, obserwując je, może czerpać z nich wiele inspiracji w swym dążeniu do własnej, ludzkiej doskonałości.

(Each of the kingdoms of nature: the kingdom of animals, plants and minerals - has its own excellence.
A man who lived among them, watching them, can draw from them a lot of inspiration in his quest for his own, human perfection.)

środa, 4 sierpnia 2010

Gdańsk - The Old Harbour

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A Medieval Great Crane, called "Żuraw" in Old Harbour. Built 1442-1444, it was able to increase a weight of 4 tonnes to a height of 11 meters. The Crane was used for ships loading and putting their masts. Mechanism were two drums with diameter of six meters. As a driving force a people walking inside the drums were used.



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Brama Straganiarska (Stall Gate), one of the medieval "water gates" in Gdańsk.



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The Great Crane itself is also a "water gate" - it's Brama Szeroka (Wide Gate).



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"Sołdek" - the first ship built in Poland after the II World War.



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"Black Pearl". Behind the ship the Swan Tower - remaining of city walls.



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The passengers wharf in Old Harbour.
Photos 1, 3, 4, 5, 8 (c) Beata Sobolewska-Woźniak
Photos 2, 6, 7 (c) Piotr Woźniak

Gdańsk, Stary Port. Lipiec 2010.
Gdańsk, Old Harbour. July 2010.


Zdjęcia 1, 3, 4, 5, 8 zrobione przy użyciu / Shots 1, 3, 4, 5, 8 taken with: Panasonic Lumix FX28.
Zdjęcia 2, 6, 7 zrobione przy użyciu / Shots 2, 6, 7 taken with: Olympus E-520 + Zuiko ED 14-42mm.

3 komentarze:

gogouci pisze...

The reflection on the water is amazing. Like looking at a mirror. Stunning colors and blue skies.

Mª Angeles y Jose pisze...

Precioso reportaje, los reflejos en el agua son espectaculares.

Felicidades.

Besos

birdy pisze...

May be old, but gold. You presented the harbour in a beautiful way.

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