Photographer's Note

Kalwaria Zebrzydowska this city in the Malopolska province , in the Wadowice administrative district. The situated city is on the borderland of Beskid Makowski and the Wieliczka Foothills.
The city became established at the beginning XVII age by the marshal of great royal Nicholas Zebrzydowski as the place of church fairs. Natural circumstances of the ground became put-upon under the construction of the team of chapels and churches of formings Calvary, where one can gain the church fair without necessaries of the travelling to Jerusalem. At present it goes on a pilgrimage here a year about 1 millions faithful which wander so called narrow paths.
Especially precious and about the large value is the church of God′s Angel Mother , the cloister of Bernardines and the team of 42 little chapels and churches Calvary- situated above Zar embers.
The view from the monastic mountain Zar embers toward of the city.

Canon Eos 5 with the lens Zeiss Pancolar 1.8/50 MC with the graduated grey filter, negative material Fuji Superia 400. Presenting photo is a picture obtained from scanning of the copy 10x15 cm.

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