Gdańsk looks fabulous in winter. Winter, like a skilled retoucher, masks all imperfections of this world with a thick layer of snow. The views often become almost monochromatic, almost graphic. It's a very interesting time to photograph because you can see completely new pictures in well-known places. Winter forces drone enthusiasts to hunt for a "weather window" in which there will be interesting light, and snow, wind and frost will allow them to fly and take photos. I invite you to watch Gdańsk in winter!
You can see more photos from this amazing city in the gallery: Gdańsk from the sky.
Winter, snowy, windy and exceptionally cool evening in Gdańsk. I came to the center to photograph the city in the sunset. Unfortunately in the meantime the weather did a trick and the clouds came. That's why I walked around the city for over an hour waiting for the lights to turn on in order to take a few night photos with the drone. I have to admit that this little flying machine coped with quite a strong wind and I was able to take some still pictures.
Flying a drone over the city is mesmerizing and I think it can be addictive. The views that can be seen from this perspective is almost fairytale. In addition, in the evening one of my favorite color combinations appears - blue and yellow - perfectly complementing cold and warm colors.
Frozen Motława and snow-covered hotels, apartments and restaurants on the Granary Island in the center of Gdańsk.
A moment after sunset, when the lanterns and lights in the windows are already shining, but the sky is still not completely black, it is the so-called blue hour - the perfect time to photograph cities. And this year winter is so cold that the Motława River froze.
A frosty winter morning in the center of Gdańsk with a view of the Motława River.
Winter view of the Crane Gate in Gdańsk. It is the oldest and the largest preserved port crane in medieval Europe. There is a branch of the National Maritime Museum in Gdansk, now.
The "Marina Gdańsk" yacht harbor in Śródmieście.
Winter view of the Co-Cathedral Basilica of the Assumption of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Gdańsk.
Panorama of the Gdańsk district of Oliwa with the Olivia office and business center.
Winter view of the historic Abbots' Palace in the Oliwa Park. Currently, the palace houses the Modern Art Department of the National Museum in Gdańsk.
Archcathedral in Oliwa, and more precisely, it is the Cathedral Basilica in Gdańsk-Oliwa from the second half of the 14th century.
Oliwa (Oliva) is first mentioned in 1186 AD. Oliwa was a Cistercian monastery village for centuries. In 1874 it became a city and in 1926 it was incorporated into Gdańsk.
Winter view of new buildings on Wyspa Spichrzów in Gdańsk. It is a modern tourist center in the very center of the city. There are apartment buildings, hotels, restaurants, bars and residential buildings.
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