Editor’s Choice: Warsaw

Warsaw, capitol of Poland, almost destroyed by World War II seventy years ago. That was then. What about now? See the answer in pictures with today’s selection of interesting photos on Zonerama. And don’t worry, it’s not all architecture photos!

The weather and the storm clouds make this picture dynamic. You can get some very fresh and interesting outdoor photos like this just before or after a storm. We would, though, recommend a little more effort spent on leveling the picture’s horizon. Photo: Tomáš Kuchař
The weather and the storm clouds make this picture dynamic. You can get some very fresh and interesting outdoor photos like this just before or after a storm. We would, though, recommend a little more effort spent on leveling the picture’s horizon. Photo: Tomáš Kuchař
The variety of colors in the berets and the soldier standing differently from the rest of them, facing towards the camera, nicely liven up this picture. Photo: Majo a Erika
The variety of colors in the berets and the soldier standing differently from the rest of them, facing towards the camera, nicely liven up this picture. Photo: Majo a Erika
Although this night photo is fairly grainy, its simplicity and unusual composition make it a good picture. Photo: specta
Although this night photo is fairly grainy, its simplicity and unusual composition make it a good picture. Photo: specta
An excellent architecture photo that emphasizes the scene’s most interesting element—the intriguing ceiling. And we also like the composition overall. Plus, the author has done a great job of rendering the hall’s red lighting, which this picture shapes and brings to life. Photo: Bataki
An excellent architecture photo that emphasizes the scene’s most interesting element—the intriguing ceiling. And we also like the composition overall. Plus, the author has done a great job of rendering the hall’s red lighting, which this picture shapes and brings to life. Photo: Bataki
Technology changes, and so does fashion (especially in East Europe compared to 20 years ago), but there’s something eternal about the atmosphere in a stadium. And this photo looks great in black and white, even though back then it wasn’t really a choice. Photo: Michal Holas
Technology changes, and so does fashion (especially in East Europe compared to 20 years ago), but there’s something eternal about the atmosphere in a stadium. And this photo looks great in black and white, even though back then it wasn’t really a choice. Photo: Michal Holas

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AuthorMajo Elias

I’ve been taking pictures since 2004. When I was starting out, I photographed almost everything. Later my style solidified and I began photographing people almost exclusively. At the moment my main genres are fashion and advertising.

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