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My sister in law, Jewish quarter of Krakow, Poland.

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This image was taken of my sister-in-law after our visit to Auschwitz

We went to a bar in the old Jewish quarter of Krakow, to have a drink and reflect.

I think this image best displays our feelings at the time. A feeling none of us had ever experienced before. To have been, too see, to smell such a place of despair and death.

A day i will always remember.

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black, family, people, portrait, portraits, sister, sisters, white

Amateur photographer that loves to travel, and is most inspired when in a foreign environment.

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  • Amanda J Slack-Smith
    Amanda J Slack...over 7 years ago

    I like the sense of tension in this photo. Love the cropping and border. All comes together beautifully.

  • Belinda Leopold
    Belinda Leopoldover 7 years ago

    Great composition and lighting :)

  • Paul Vanzella
    Paul Vanzellaover 7 years ago

    Great light… sister two has great visual appeal… love the compostion in this image.

  • transmute
    transmuteabout 7 years ago

    Agree with Paul, perfect composition

  • Damian
    Damianabout 7 years ago

    Looks great! The positioning and body language says tension to me as well.

  • kimshillington
    kimshillingtonabout 7 years ago

    This is like a scene from a movie Adrian, I love how you have set the tone. The lighting and composition is fab:)

  • abefleur
    abefleuralmost 7 years ago

    this is brilliant – love its darkness and contrast – some great stuff here

  • Carlo Cesar Rodillas
    Carlo Cesar Ro...almost 7 years ago

    Great composition and wonderful use of light and shade!

  • johnr
    johnralmost 6 years ago

    nice capture and lighting.

  • Talya Chalef
    Talya Chalefover 5 years ago

    i went to this same bar… after the day I had doing the same trip.. just this past year in july. crazy. great shot adrian.

  • Thats is pretty funny. Seems like it might be becoming somewhat of a pilgrimage.

    – Adrian Rachele

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