Meanwhile, I'm forgetting what ul. Świętokrzyska was like when filled with pedestrians, buses and cars. I feel sympathy for the shopkeepers and restaurateurs struggling to keep their businesses open despite dramatically reduced footfall.
Below: the view from the 12th floor, looking eastward along ul. Świętokrzyska. Click to enlarge. No tweaking in Photoshop, just the use of a polarising filter on 10-24mm zoom lens.
Below: shot from the back of a tram heading south down Al. Niepodległości, towers from left to right: Złota 44; Oxford Tower (Elektrim II); LIM tower (Marriott) and the Palace of Culture. A strange perspective, given how close Złota 44 is from the Palace of Culture.
This time two years ago:
Mad about Marmite
This time three year:
Komorowski wins second round of Presidential elections?
This time four years ago:
A beautiful summer dusk in Jeziorki
This time five years ago:
Classic cars, London and Warsaw