Marta Wojtkowska

Marta Wojtkowska

Posted on 07/20/2013


Photo taken on July 12, 2013



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The Tykocin Synagogue was built in 1642.
It is part of the Museum of Jewish Culture in Tykocin now.

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Two ears earlier:

And I Still See Their Faces...

It is almost impossible to make a decent shot of the facade. First of all it faces north so you cannot count on nice light. Another thing are many racks for posters and announcements standing around. So I ran off ideas...

Roland, Willi Morali, Hans Blumer and 2 other people have particularly liked this photo


7 comments - The latest ones
Greg.photographie
Greg.photographie
well taken Marta
4 years ago.
Bédé
Bédé
Je trouve que même par la face nord cette architecture reste intéressante !
4 years ago.
tiltdesign2011
tiltdesign2011
Sehr schöner Aufnahmewinkel. Gute Arbeit!!
4 years ago.
Marta Wojtkowska
Marta Wojtkowska

Thank you so much!
4 years ago.
Paul Pomeroy
Paul Pomeroy
Perhaps for this building what is needed is not to move to the left or to the right but to move closer? Sometimes the beauty is in the detail rather than "the whole picture."

Still, I think you've done a wonderful job here of capturing an image of it.
4 years ago.
Marta Wojtkowska has replied to Paul Pomeroy
I think that you are right, Paul.
I should have concentrate on details.
Well... next time ;)
4 years ago.