Hah, You expected third concert photo in a row? Then I must disappoint You - no concerts today, four live shows in five days is enough, even for me :D
After the concert yesterday I went to my brother-in-law's flat to meet with his wife Having to pass by Wolski cemetery, totally unexpected found a monument in memory of civil victims of the Warsaw Uprising, that made me sit and think for a moment before taking a photo of it. And a moment later, met an elderly man, who was guarding his stall with flowers and snitches. Talked to him for a moment... and felt sorry, that a man around his seventies works overnight.
I felt so much energy after the concert, that instead of going to sleep, I took a quick shower, left my backpack with the camera and took an an uber for the official afterparty!
And since the party itself wasn't so cool (let's be honest, even a great dj-set wouldn't make me care after THAT LEVEL of Kiasmos show), I spent some time with a wonderful couple I've met right after the show. Ten years older than me, Sylwia and Marek, are total freaks about concerts and for the last three years after meeting at Open'er festival, they're going to every crazy gig together. Festival in Barcelona? Radiohead show in Berlin? A concert in Amsterdam? Why not, let's go together. And they book plane tickets and fly to Barcelona for a festival. And it's THE way of spending money, that I see the point of earning lots of money for.
What's most surprising, they're not a couple, they just understand each other. Concert soulmates :)
We left the club together and went separate ways - they ordered a taxi, and I felt like going for a little walk, to breathe Warsaw a bit, to hear, how it sounds like during the night. Visited PiwPaw, where my friend Ida worked that night, but found out she left over an hour earlier - so instead of talking to her or having a beer, I had a glass of water and helped the bartender by gathering all the glasses from the garden and bringing them to the bar for cleaning.
And I had a long conversation with a homeless man, Wiesław, I met when he asked for a cigarette on my further route. He told me about having two flats in Warsaw, having allmost a million on his bank account after selling them... and how he lost it all because of hazard and alcoholism (sober for seven years now).
I was in bed around 5:30, so I slept until noon, waited a while for my brother-in-law, gave him the keys and left for the train to Warszawa Zachodnia (Warsaw West) train station. Took some photos there, as You can see. Read a great book in my train to Cracow (Xavras Wyrżyn), went to my second work for two hours (instead of a planned whole-day), got angry for moving the Cameras department for the third time in two weeks (really... and it seems tomorrow they're gonna change even more), came home to take a long bath... and now I'm going to sleep. It's gonna be a good weekend, full of similar emotions, I need to rest before that and get some sleep.