My home in Poznan, Poland - Hotel Rzymski
A brief tour of Poznan: Town Hall in the Old Market Square
My "tour guides" and colleagues, bringing description to Poland - Szymon, Magda, Anya and Filip
Local Poznan resident getting his fill ...
Interior - Fara Cathedral
Me and friend ("Thsuki-No-Hikari" by Igor Mitoraj) - inside new shopping mall, Stary Brower w Poznanin
Me and friend - inside new shopping mall, Stary Brower w Poznanin
What? No substance?!
In the same mall: "Mr. Kozouzu"
The nape of Mr. Kozouzu's neck!
Just outside the mall - a surreal beer tankard
Memorial to Pope John Paul II
Cathedral of Ostrow Tumski - burial place of Poland's first king, Boleslaw Chrobry
Monument to the October 1956 protest of Poland's communist regime - 70 people were killed
Poznan's Imperial Castle - offically opened in 1910; Hitler had offices here in WWII
View of a courtyard in Poznan's Imperial Castle
Holding court on the throne in Poznan's Imperial Castle
Poznan's Imperial Castle
Only two words in English ...
Prior to my workshop, with blind Polish devotee of description and translator (he had learned of description and my workshop from his sighted brother in Chicago where I trained describers)
Interviews with local media
With my translator
With Szymon and translator: "Dogs only see in black and white."
Making a point in English and Polish
A vegan lunch (a nod to Esther and Emerie) at Poznan's only vegetarian restaurant
With friends at the Poznan airport, waiting for my flight back to Vienna