Photographer's Note

Small town of Nur. 38 or so wooden houses. Few more of bricks.
"Built in 1911" says a block sitting in front of an old house with a sign "beer" on it. I enter. Sitting in the corner I order one (they have no many more things in there apart from beer and cheap wine). One homy sitting by the window, two more popping down.
Bar tendant puts an ashtray on my table. I do not smoke but so what, you ordered a beer meaning you would smoke "Fajrants" (cheap cigarettes).
Few meters from here river Bug widely spread across the valey, floating lazily, spreading the frangrance of the Saturday's early afternoon freedom...

This one is for Swiatek (Nygus) . Swiatek is an unusual fellow, I have known him personaly for nearly two years. But photographically-wise I value especially his specific way of perceiving the world through a low point of view. He also loves vagabounding in the places where ordinary people try hard never to find themselves in. Swiatek is the one who helped me to love Jamaica. He has much in common with the mode of TILTed images so eagerly advertised by Kev (KevRyan) and Francis (Furachan). Don't you think so?

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