Port Wieczorek, Lake Niegocin

Lake Niegocin is a lake in the Masurian Lake District of Poland’s Warmia-Mazury Province. It is the seventh largest lake in Poland, with an area of 26.04 square kilometres (10.05 sq mi). Maximum depth is 39.7 metres (130 ft); average is 9.9 metres (32 ft).[1]


Lake Sosno


Drwęca once more

The Drwęca [ˈdrvɛnt͡sa] is a river in northern Poland and a tributary of the Vistula river near Toruń, forming a part of the city’s administrative boundary. It has a length of 207 km (17th longest) and a basin area of 5,344 km², all in Poland.

Towns:
Nowe Miasto Lubawskie
Brodnica
Golub-Dobrzyń
Toruń

Zbiczno

Lena’s first ever catch


About 12 cm of THE RUDD.
The rudd is a small fish, often reaching no more than about 35cm, maximum length is 45-50cm. The body has a bluish silvery colour and becomes white at the belly. The fins are red. Young specimens have a slender build; older specimens acquire a higher and broader body shape. The rudd can often be recognized by the big red spot in the iris above and beside the pupil. Colours of the eye and fins can be very pale, however, in some environments.

SuperMoon of 2014 on 12th August
“Małe Morze”, Hel

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August 2014, Camping "Małe Morze", Hel Peninsula, Pucka Bay, Poland

August 2014, Camping “Małe Morze”, Hel Peninsula, Pucka Bay, Poland

Easter Spring

Around Brodno Lakes

Lakes