Gdańsk is beautiful at any time of the year but decorated in autumn colors it seems even more charming. I like autumn mornings when there is a light mist in the air illuminated by the rising sun. The city turns golden and slightly mysterious. An additional advantage of autumn are the sunrises much later than in summer, which allows you to capture this amazing time of day without getting up in the middle of the night.
You can see photos from Gdansk in the galleries: Summer in Gdańsk, Winter in Gdańsk and Gdańsk from the sky.
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The AmberSky ferris wheel on Ołowianka island on an autumn morning beautifully illuminated with the amber light of the rising sun.
Autumn morning mists soften the picture, and warm light beautifully brings out the colors and emphasizes the shapes of buildings.
The Motława waterfront and the famous medieval Harbor Crane, which was built in the years 1442-1444.
Panorama of the Main Town in Gdańsk. I recommend visiting Gdańsk in autumn - there are much fewer tourists at this time of the year, and the colorful leaves add charm to the city.
The Polish Baltic Philharmonic named after Fryderyk Chopin is based in the historic buildings of the former municipal power plant on the Ołowianka Island in Gdańsk.
Invest Komfort, a Tricity construction company, is building the Brabank estate on the Motława River and the Radunia Canal at Stara Stocznia Street.
The unconventional form of the buildings of the Museum of the Second World War in its autumn version. I wonder if there is a planned Museum of the Third World War somewhere nearby, about which you can hear from various crazy people?
Ołowianka is an island on the Motława River and the Stępka Canal in the center of Gdańsk. The island is connected to the mainland by two car bridges and a drawbridge for pedestrians. You can also get to Ołowianka by a passenger ferry from the quay near Crane (Żuraw).
I like such soft and almost monochrome images. Colors almost like in the Blade Runner 2049 movie :-)
Colorful trees and Gdańsk tenement houses in autumn.
AmberSky is a ferris wheel in Ołowianka in Gdańsk. The wheel is 50 meters high and you can admire Gdańsk from a bird's eye perspective.
In the photo: Podwale Staromiejskie Street, Technical School No. 4 in the name of the Defenders of the Polish Post in Gdańsk and the Monument to Monument for those who died for the Polishness of Gdansk.
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