For this Sunday morning, I want to share with you some of the photographs taken by Bob McCann in Kazimierz Dolny, Poland. Bob was one of the friends with whom I traveled in Poland in October 2000. Kazimierz Dolny is a picturesque village in Poland located about half-way between Rzeszów and Warszawa (Warsaw) with a thriving artists’ colony and an active marketplace. Kazimierz Dolny (Lower Kazimierz) is on the Wisła (Vistula River) and is called Lower Kazimierz to distinguish it from the Kraków District of Kazimierz (formerly the village of Kazimierz) up the Vistula to the South. Because the Vistula flows from South to North, Lower Kazimierz is to the North of Kazimierz. Bob took these photos in the Rynek (town square and marketplace) and captured some wonderful shots of the people there.
In the Marketplace
As a final note, I was curious to see which posts on this blog were generating the most interest, so here’s a list of the top ten posts. The current blog always generates the most web traffic, but other than the current day’s entry, these are the topics that people have visited most often:
- Flat Stanley’s San Francisco Adventure
- When Was Great Aunt Mary Born?
- Sunrise in San Francisco
- A Marriage and Two Births
- Death Records in Galicia
- Alexander Skowronski and the S.S. Graf Waldersee
- Grandfather and the Umbrella Maker
- Social Security Records
- Online Death Indexes
- GuestBlog from Barbara Poole