30 June 2013


Simply to live

and create something

discovering new expressions

on the way…


[poetry © Krzysztof Alexandrowicz, 2013]



Farm Life

22 June 2013

Beauty and joy of living

Abigail Thompson Photography

A couple of weeks ago I went home with Scott (the boyfriend) to meet his parents for the first time. His parents have a big, beautiful farm in central Kansas, and even though we have been there a few times now I still haven’t even scratched the surface of what I would like to photograph there. Here is a small sampling of images that I shot over the past few visits.

They are surrounded by seemingly endless, gorgeous wheat fields. I have a small obsession with them I have realized. In the spring they are a stunning green, and then come summer they turn an amazingly rich gold. The texture is awesome for photographs, and watching as well as listening to a wheat field in the wind has to be one of the best things ever.




They have lots of animals on their farm, though I haven’t photographed most of…

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Floating wreaths on Dunajec at the shortest night

22 June 2013


Krzysztof Alexandrowicz "Floating wreaths on Dunajec at the shortest night", 2002


[Pieniny, photo © Krzysztof Alexandrowicz, 2002]


A toy

17 June 2013


I am a toy

a virtual tickle

SWITCH ON if you want

SWITCH OFF if not…


[poetry © Krzysztof Alexandrowicz, 2011]


They don’t care about us – Michael Jackson

14 June 2013



[Michael Jackson They Don’t Care About Us © MJJ Productions, 1996]


What can your smile say?

13 June 2013


What can your smile say?

everything ~

even more

and my heart is dancing…


[poetry © Krzysztof Alexandrowicz, 2006]


(500) Days of Photographs: Day 112 – iPhone Friday

9 June 2013

Fantastic picture. Still living…


Irish Welcome

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A couple of days spent in Ireland for work this week, and, for the first time in the four years I have been going there, there was not a drop of rain in sight! That made for a nice wander, and a return visit to the chapel at Athlumney. While there was no rain, the spring flowers were out at long last, which gave an even prettier edge to the place.

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