Madagascar – Turtle

Turtle
Turtle

I found this turtle on the way to toilet, I mean a real one, not in a bush. 馃槈

My lesson learnt from this – always have your camera with you! 馃榾

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Tego 偶贸艂wia spotka艂am po drodze do 艂azienki, i to takiej prawdziwej, a nie za krzaczkiem. 馃槈

To dobry przyk艂ad aby zawsze mie膰 przy sobie aparat fotograficzny. 馃榾

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Madagascar – Lemur

Lemur
Diademed sifaka (diademed simpona)

In different areas in Madagascar we saw a few different species of lemurs, some of them are very tiny, other are completely white, or half-red like this one.
Anyway, all of them look cute and funny.

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Madagaskar zamieszkuj膮 rozmaite lemury i mo偶na je spotka膰 w r贸偶nych cz臋艣ciach wyspy. Niekt贸re s膮 np. malutkie, inne bia艂e, albo takie rude jak ten ze zdj臋cia. W ka偶dym razie, wszystkie wygl膮daj膮 s艂odko! 馃榾

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Madagascar – Lemurs

Ring-tailed lemurs
Ring-tailed lemurs

Which one is King Julian? 馃槈
Yes, these cute animals really look like the ones from the famous cartoon and they really live in Madagascar.

p.s. Whatever cartoons say, there are no penguins in Madagascar! 馃槈

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Kt贸ry z nich to kr贸l Julian?
Te urocze zwierzaki naprawd臋 wygl膮daj膮 jak te ze znanej bajki i zamieszkuj膮 Madagaskar. 馃檪

p.s. Niezale偶nie co jest w bajkach, na Madagaskarze nie ma 偶adnych pingwin贸w! 馃槈

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Madagascar – Baobabs

Baobab trees
Baobab trees

And today, the last photo from the sunset on the Avenue of the Baobabs, nearby Morondava. When you visit Madagascar, you really have to go there, it’s such a beautiful and special place!

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Dzisiaj, ju偶 ostatnie zdj臋cie baobab贸w w tym miesi膮cu. Aleja Baobab贸w znajduje si臋 niedaleko miasta Morondava i zdecydowanie zaplanujcie jej odwiedziny gdy b臋dziecie na Madagaskarze! To pi臋kne miejsce!

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Madagascar – Baobab trees and the Moon

Baobab trees and the Moon
Baobab trees and the Moon

Sunset on the Baobab Alley is truly wonderful, especially when the Moon “slides” on the baobab’s branches. 馃檪

Do you know that baobabs grow not only in Madagascar? There are a few species of baobabs, and they can be found in Africa, but also in Australia. When we saw them (in June), they’re almost dry, but they also have green leaves and flowers, and later fruits! Well, it shouldn’t be surprising, they’re trees at the end, but with flowers they’re not so “upside down” any more. 馃槈

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Zach贸d s艂o艅ca w alei baobab贸w jest wyj膮tkowym prze偶yciem, a do tego ksi臋偶yc w okolicach pe艂ni dodaje uroku.

Baobaby, mimo i偶 bardzo kojarzone z Madagaskarem, wyst臋puj膮 w kilku innych miejscach na naszej pi臋knej planecie. 馃檪 Mo偶na je zobaczy膰 tak偶e w innych rejonach Afryki oraz w Australii. W czerwcu, kiedy podziwiali艣my baobaby, by艂y one praktycznie suche, ale w innych miesi膮cach maj膮 zielone li艣cie, kwiaty i owoce! Nie powinno to nikogo dziwi膰, to przecie偶 drzewa, jednak z li艣膰mi nie wygl膮daj膮 jak “drzewa rosn膮ce do g贸ry nogami”. 馃槈

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Madagascar – Baobab

Baobab tree
Baobab tree

As first pictures from Madagascar I had to show you baobab trees, aren’t they amazing? They’re big, tall, and somehow upside down. 馃槈

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Jako pierwsze zdj臋cia z Madagaskaru musia艂am pokaza膰 kilka baobab贸w. 馃榾 To niesamowite drzewa, no i rosn膮 “do g贸ry nogami”. 馃槈

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Madagascar – Introduction

Baobab trees
Baobab trees

This month we’ll “go” to Africa. Everyday in September, I’ll show you pictures from Madagascar – a large island with unique nature.

Before I visited Madagascar I thought it’s a country of amazing baobab trees and funny lemurs. And that’s how it is, plus even more. I can’t imagine visiting Madagascar without seeing baobabs and lemurs. What about you? What’s your first thought when you hear “Madagascar”?

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W tym miesi膮cu przeniesiemy si臋 do Afryki. We wrze艣niu b臋d臋 Wam codziennie pokazywa膰 zdj臋cia z Madagaskaru – du偶ej Afryka艅skiej wyspy z wyj膮tkow膮 przyrod膮.

Zanim odwiedzi艂am Madagaskar, ten kraj kojarzy艂 mi si臋 z baobabami i lemurami. I ci膮gle uwa偶am je za symbole Madagaskaru, kt贸re koniecznie trzeba tam zobaczy膰! A Wy jakie macie wyobra偶enia o Madagaskarze?

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Netherlands – Final impression

Heart on the window
Heart on the window

Today, is the last picture from the month about the Netherlands. How did you like it? Did you get surprised by anything?

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Dzisiaj ju偶 ostatnie zdj臋cie z Holandii. Jak Wam si臋 podoba艂 ten miesi膮c? Czy Holandia Was czym艣 zaskoczy艂a?

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Netherlands – Winter

Winter in the Netherlands
Winter in the Netherlands

This picture was taken on a misty day in Meppel, in February.

It’s one of the faces of Dutch winter.

Usually the temperatures are not very low, and you don’t see snow so often; luckily “not so often” because then the country is paralyzed…
But, because of the high humidity and strong wind, sometimes you may have the impression of much lower temperatures.

There is something more, that Dutch people are famous for – it’s ice skating. When the canals are frozen, people go outside and skate on them. 馃檪 There are even competitions in ice skating! I found it very interesting.

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To zdj臋cie zosta艂o zrobione w Meppel, jednego mrocznego dnia w lutym.
Przedstawia ono jedn膮 z wersji holenderskiej zimy.

W Holandii 艣nieg nie pada zbyt cz臋sto, i ca艂e szcz臋艣cie bo wtedy kraj jest sparali偶owany… (co艣 w stylu jak “zima w grudniu zaskakuje drogowc贸w w Polsce”). 馃槈

Jednak wysoka wilgotno艣膰 i silny wiatr wywo艂uj膮 wra偶enie du偶o ni偶szych temperatur; st膮d polskie -30C mo偶e by膰 “cieplejsze” ni偶 ni偶 holenderskie -5C.

Jest jednak co艣 specjalnego w holenderskiej zimie! Gdy temperatura utrzymuje si臋 poni偶ej 0C, kana艂y zamarzaj膮 i Holendrzy u偶ywaj膮 ich do jazdy na 艂y偶wach. S膮 nawet specjalne wy艣cigi po zamarzni臋tych kana艂ach! Czy偶 nie brzmi to ciekawie?

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Netherlands – Autumn

Autumn in the Netherlands
Autumn in the Netherlands

Autumn in the Netherlands can be very cold, rainy, and windy; and it’s not unlikely to have three seasons in one day…

But when it’s sunny, just go for a walk and enjoy colorful trees. 馃檪

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Jesie艅 w Holandii mo偶e by膰 zimna, deszczowa i wietrzna… i bardzo cz臋sto mo偶na do艣wiadczy膰 3 p贸r roku w ci膮gu jednego dnia…

Jednak s艂oneczny dzie艅 jest pi臋kny i warto si臋 wybra膰 na spacer po parku i podziwia膰 kolorowe li艣cie.

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