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Wednesday, 16 October 2013

Museum Time With The Ladies

Dearest friends,

This last Friday I had and awesome time with 2 dear ladies from my project, from work. The weather was lovely and we were finishing our work at around 3-4 pm so we agreed to meet around 5:30 pm in the city center and have a walk and get to see The World Press Photo 2013 (sponsored by Canon) @ Bunkier Sztuki.
But before that I had some nice time on my own, shooting some autumn colors that now I share with you :)
The exhibition World Press Photo is showing at Bunkier Sztuki for the 16th time! The previous editions attracted more than 400 000 viewers. Each year, an independent international jury, consisting of nineteen members, judges the entries in nine different categories, submitted by photojournalists, agencies, newspapers and magazines from all corners of the world.
The jury gave prizes in nine themed categories to 54 photographers of 33 nationalities from: Argentina, Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, Chile, China, Czech Republic, Denmark, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Jordan, Malaysia, Mexico, Palestinian Territories, the Netherlands, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Russia, Serbia, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Turkey, United Kingdom, USA, and Vietnam.
Ticket prices:
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Discount: 6 PLN
Family: 20 PLN
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Besides The World Press Photo 2013 Expo there was also the Audio-Visual Lab which took up a great part of our time there. I love interactive things inside a museum and I love museums that involve all senses of the participants. Well I must admit this was quite nice!
Yes, you could write on the walls too, and draw :)
And that was a 3D projection on the wall!
And here you had to go inside the tubes and scan a code with the given technology and then you could see 3D animation of the things around you via the screen of the tablet :) Here Liudka sees the stars on the evenings sky
And this was one awesome room :) all white, with columns and with a gridline that would cut your head off ;))) Off with their heads! (as the Red Queen would say...) Also the room had an amazing echo!
Fooling around with the ladies and testing the possibilities of a white empty room - would be good for yoga...
That is like the 3 musketeers ;))
After the Expo we went to one of my fav places - as you well know... - called Charlotte :) No need for introductions there, as I showed you the place both in Krakow and Warsaw. Needless to say they have fresh bread always and great creme brulee :)
The ladies had tea and I had freshly squeezed orange juice :)
We had creme brulee, lemon tart and grilled sandwiches ;))) Yum Yum!!!

Needless to say I had an awesome time :) Thank you again ladies:*
Yours truly,
The LadyBug

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