Sunsets over the Nida Valley


The Nida is a river in central Poland, a left tributary of the Vistula river. The Nida has a length of 151 kilometres and is made of two smaller rivers, the White Nida and the Black Nida, which merge in the upper part of the basin. The geographical region through which Nida flows is called Ponidzie (Nida Riverside). 


In the north, the region is marked by carbonate and gypsum rocks, while in the south the landscape is flat. The valley of the Nida is wide and covered with meadows and pastures. The bottom of the valley is flat and wet, with peat appearing in several locations in the former oxbow lakes. There was established three landscape parks and several nature reserves in the Ponidzie. 


Ponidzie in the late Middle Ages, it was one of the most important regions of the Kingdom of Poland. There are ancient Lesser Poland towns of Pińczow, Wiślica and Nowy Korczyn located on the banks of the river Nida.




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  1. Beautiful sunset! Can't wait to visit Poland next month!! Thanks for linking up with #TheWeeklyPostcard!

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  2. Lovely landscape captures #MySundayPhoto

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  3. Stunning colours in the sunset, feels tranquil

    Thank you for linking up

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  4. The Nida valley is a very tranquil setting. Great photos of the sunsets

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  5. Absolutely beautiful--- especially the 3rd and 4th! I hope Poland is recovering from the clown's visit.

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  6. A wonderful time of the day for photos! Love the colors you captured.

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  7. Very pretty! The picture with the moon is a nice contrast.

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  8. Nida Valley seems like such a serene place. Your photographs came out great. You've caught the perfect light in all of them. #TheWeeklyPostcard

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  9. Day's end is the best time for a photographer, is it not? Thanks for linking to Shadow Shot Sunday 2.

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  10. The sunsets have a beautiful light, but the moon is calling me - hard to top! Many thanks for giving All Seasons these heart warming views! Have a great week!

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  11. It's beautiful, I think those people in the campervan will enjoy their time spent there.

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  12. Peaceful! And, enchanting. :-)

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  13. These are all stunning images but that last one is particularly spectacular

    Mollyx

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  14. Wow. beautiful sunset images.

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  15. Wow. So pretty. I love that you stayed until after sunset to capture the moon. That last shot is so perfect. :)

    With Love,
    Mandy

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  16. So beautiful and peaceful.
    Gorgeous photos!

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  17. So spectacular views, sunsets and reflection of the moon!! Interesting places to admire nature!

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  18. beautiful. thanks for sharing!

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  19. sunset is always breathtaking!

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  20. Beautiful pictures! The reflection in the water is so pretty!

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