In September 2017, during my few days off from work I took a hike to Snieznik mountain (1426 m a.s.l.). It was a cold, foggy day, but I just love walking through a forest in a thick fog.
Late in 2016 I went to visit Pstrąże, given rumours that it is being demolished (which was true). It's an old village, in Dolnoslaskie voivodeship, first mentioned in 1305. It was your usual village up until 1905 when it was modernized for the needs of German army. They built barracks, stables, provided bridge with railway connection (which is now the main entrance to the city for the explorers). After year 1945 the village was seized by Russians and used as military base till 1992. Russians change the name to Strachów (Страхув) for the time they were in charge. When Russian army left it fell under control of Polish army, which is patrolling the area till today. In late 2016, local administration started to demolish old living flats that were constructed by the Russians. Older, German buildings were left intact, for the time being. This village is sometimes referred as "Polish Pripyat".
Early in the 2013 I went with a photo group to visit old brewery. It was pretty damn cold, but the day was exciting. It's a great place for a photo shoot. If I only didn't have so much trouble with my tripod, it would have been even better!
About the place: Górka is a small village near city Sobótka in the south-eastern Poland, in Lower Silesia. Górka Brewery was found in year 1812 by baron Ernst von Luttwitz and was functioning till 1997. Right now, the building is abandoned, slowly turning into ruins.