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Tag Archives: Poland
I had a fantastic time a few days ago in Poland covering the reconstruction of the battle at Krojanty.
PWR a leading publishing company in Poland, asked me to photograph the event for one of their clients.
I’m glad to have survived the event without getting shot! with World war II planes dropping bombs, tanks, bikes, machine guns, gunfire and plenty of german and polish soldiers shooting at each other! A boys paradise!
Now I understand a little bit the thrill that war photographers get from their job..and being so close to the action….the rush of adrenaline is unbelievable…
I will post some of the best shots of the day as I edit them…I have around 800 images to go through..