Agnieszka and Isabella from Poland Check Plants for Fungus – Editorial Photography By Simon Kirwan. Porters is a large horticultural growers in Formby, Merseyside, with several greenhouses covering over 12 acres on three sites, supplying fuchsias and garden products to national retailers like B & Q and Woolworths. Checking plants for fungus are Agnieszka (left) […]
Psychedelic Polski Fiat, Krakow, Poland – Travel Photography By Simon Kirwan
Wawel Royal Castle, Krakow, Poland – Travel Photography By Simon Kirwan
Street Art Gallery, Krakow, Poland – Travel Photography By Simon Kirwan
Tadeusza Sendzimira Steel Mill, owned by Mittal Steel Company, Nowa Huta, Poland – Travel Photography By Simon Kirwan
Dolina Kościeliska, Tatrzański Park Narodowy, Zakopane, Poland – Travel Photography By Simon Kirwan
Market Square, Krakow, Poland – Travel Photography By Simon Kirwan
Art Dealer, Krakow, Poland
Trumpeter of Krakow – Photo By Simon Kirwan. St Mary’s Basilica, Main Market Square, Krakow, Poland – every hour, a trumpeter plays an unfinished song, Hejnal mariacki from the taller of the two towers, commemorating the 13th century trumpeter shot in the throat while sounding the alarm before the Mongol attack on the city of […]
Psychedelic Polski Fiat 126 KR90691, Krakow, Poland – Photo By Simon Kirwan
Morskie Oko, Tatrzański Park Narodowy, Polska – Photo By Simon Kirwan. Literally ‘Eye of the Sea’, legend has it that the lake, situated at 1,405 meters above sea level in the Polish Tatra Mountains, connects to the sea through an underground passage.
Tadeusz Sendzimir Steelworks, ArcelorMittal Poland S.A. Oddział Kraków, Nowa Huta, Polska – photo by Simon Kirwan. Formerly known as Vladimir Lenin Steelworks, opened in 1954 during Communist rule, now owned by Arcelor-Mittal, the largest steelmaker in the world.
Supermarket Jubilat, Kraków, Poland – Photo By Simon Kirwan. Handlowa Spółdzielnia JUBILAT is the oldest supermarket in Krakow, opened in 1969 during the Communist era. It also houses the Restauracja Panorama on the roof, offering spectacular views of the Old Town and Wawel Castle.
Hotel Forum, Kraków Poland – Photo By Simon Kirwan. Standing on the banks of the Wisla River in Kraków, the architecture of the former Forum Hotel is a classic example of Soviet-era modernist brutalism. The hotel comprised 280 rooms on 6 floors, and was completed in 1988, but has been closed since around 2000. For […]