At the heart of the Polish mountains, by Jakub Polomski
The Hiking on the Moon’s blog is a crazy experience, allowing us to meet particular people, to discover extraordinary adventure and to tell you memorable histories. Here is one of them!
Our faithful readers know it, were charmed by Jakub Polomski’s few years ago. We were seduced by the light inside each of his pictures. These famers are still so beautiful and striking, so we decided to invite Jakub on the Hiking on the Moon’s blog once a week during one month.
Jakub Polomski is born in 1985, in Cieszyn, Poland. He started his adventure with photography when he was 20 years old. Inspired by photos which he saw in one of the issues of National Geographic, he borrowed DSLR from a friend and then it began… He is a self-taught photographer. He was “learning” how to catch the light by uploading photos onto photography platforms and getting feedback to them from more experienced photographers. Since 2007, he has been awarded with several prizes and commendations in various photography contests. However by far the most important for him is without doubt National Geographic Poland statuette, gained for the first place in category “Polish Landscape” in 2010.
Let’s plunge into his homeland and discover Bieszczady in the Carpathian, and the Tatra’s mountains, at the border with Slovakia. And to go further, you can visit his websiste and come back on this blog next week!