Krakow, Poland – Forgotten Postcard

Krakow, Poland - Forgotten Postcard Photography & Digital ArtAs you may have noticed, I’m hard at work on a new batch of Forgotten Postcards for the upcoming Accessible Art Fair. These are not only works of photographic collage, but also artistic reminders of places I have visited and enjoyed.

This postcard is from a recent visit to Krakow, Poland; a city I fell in love with. This scene is taken from the historic main square – a UNESCO World Heritage Site. In this photo we see the St. Mary’s Basilica surrounded by the colourful shops and cafes of Krakow.

I hope you enjoy this photographic collage. If you are interested in a piece of art to commemorate your own favourite location, don’t hesitate to contact me.

4 Responses to “Krakow, Poland – Forgotten Postcard”

  1. Andrew says:

    Fabulous! I love that you found a stamp that also commemorates the cathedral. It is an enjoyable spot to chill on a terrace and watch the world go by or to hire a horse and carriage for a more ‘romantic’ perspective. Was a great trip and a memorable location!

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