This book is something between photo guide and album. Polish photographer and traveler Jacek Bonecki is talking about technical aspects, inspirations and he's showing places from all of the world.
I like books like this because of a lot of interesting content, beautiful photos and these books are beautifully published. I got this one as a gift when I finished project 365 here. (btw, I don't like the massive difference beetwen this year and previous one. Almost everything fucked up and not like I wish).
Let's back to the main theme. I started read the book in January but I didn't finish it yet. Yep I know but it is too pretty and can't grab it to my bag to read on the way to work for example. I just don't wanna broke it.
Lately I got back some free time and I read this book.
I'm turning over a page and what I see? The place on the end of the world. I'm watching on it and I can't believe than.... wait, I can believe actually... I was taking photos at the same place in January which I'm watching in the book now and I still call it "on the end of the world" tookapic.com/photos/610717
It reminds me that nothing's impossible.
But it also shows that life can be so dumbly twisted because short time after that journey almost everything happened not like I wish. However just better keep in mind the "nothing's impossible".