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WOJSŁAWICE? IN THE PHOTOGRAPHS AWARDED IN THE INTERNATIONAL COMPETITION

International Garden Photographer of the Year is the world’s premier competition and exhibition specialising in garden, plant, flower and botanical photography. Two photographs, made by the brilliant photographer Bożka Piotrowska, have been awarded in this renowned contest. We are extremely happy for Bożka and we feel really honoured that for her photographs she chose our Wojsławice Arboretum.

The distinguished photographer, Bożka Piotrowska (her works can be found here: https://www.zielonabombonierka.pl/) won the second place and the Highly commended award in the category “Beautiful Gardens”. Winning photographs were taken, as Bożka wrote herself, in her beloved place, meaning Wojsławice Arboretum. Please see the gallery of awarded photographs in all categories here: https://igpoty.com/garden-photography-winners/

and for Beautiful Gardens category please check here:

https://igpoty.com/winners…/beautiful-gardens-gallery/

Online exhibition can be found here:

And here are Bożka’s awarded photographs:

wieczór i sporo drzw w pastelowych barwach w tle mały dom zamykajacy kompozycję

The author’s description:

Title: ‘Tapestry’ Evening light wove a beautiful tapestry in the Wojsławice Arboretum. I had planned to photograph a typical sunset from the hill, but as soon as I turned around, I saw a golden wall of tall conifers with the sun hiding behind them. The backlit borders and house visible in the distance added to create a magical, fairy tale atmosphere.


zdjecie przedstawia ogród w Wojsławicach o zachodzie słońca na pierwszym placie kwiaty w tle drzewo i zza niego zachodzi słońce

Title: ‘Daylilies & Cherries’

This National Collection of Hemerocallis (daylily) at Wojsławice has more than 3,000 varieties present – making it Poland’s largest and one of Europe’s largest collections.

The view of the blooming daylilies stretched like coloured ribbons on the hilly terrain and I was fascinated by the contrast between the daylilies and the purple foliage of the cherry trees, which when combined created a magic of their own.

Published by: Agata Kreska

24 Feb 2021

last modification: 24 Feb 2021