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MACIEK NABRDALIK

Based in Massachusetts

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    Preparation for the Corpus Christy procession in Lipiny, district of Swietochlowice, Poland.
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    Young people surrounded by houndreds of pilgrims are seen carying the figure of the "Dormition of Mary" through the river in Paclawka during the devotion called "Stations of the Funeral of Our Lady".
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    The statue of Christ the King in Swiebodzin, Poland photographed on the foggy morning, exactly one year after its coronation. Announced once as the world's largest statue of Jesus Christ (taller than Rio de Janeiro's Christ the Redeemer) in the small Polish town of Swiebodzin lost the title end of June 2011 to the new largest Jesus built in Peru. Although a year ago when roughly 15,000 pilgrims flocked to the town on Sunday for the statue's unveiling, the first anniversary was extremly quiet.
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    Anastasiya Patukh is seen in front of her house in Paryshiv - half abondoned village inside the Chernobyl's exclusion zone. Now she lives in Kovaln village.
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    A family is seen leaving the abondoned village of Ilovnitsa in their Lada.
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    Jaroslaw Kaczynski's presidential campaign. Jaroslaw Kaczynski is leaving his rally in Bialystok in the VIP van surrounded by thousands of his supporters.
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    Jaroslaw Kaczynski's presidential campaign. Kaczynski his assistants and interpreter are seen in the VIP section of the Gatwick airport near London.
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    Jaroslaw Kaczynski's presidential campaign. Jaroslaw Kaczynski and his interpreter are seen napping in the chartered plane during his travel from London late night.
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    Jaroslaw Kaczynski's presidential campaign. Kaczynski surrounded by his supporters is seen while he is giving an exclusive interview to the Polish national TV at the end of his visit in the protestant's church in Suprasl.
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    Jaroslaw Kaczynski's presidential campaign. Elections night backstage. Kaczynski surrounded by friends and collegues from Law and Justice party is seen after he lost the elections to Bronislaw Komorowski.
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    People march in memory of the Polish President Lech Kaczynski who were killed among 96 other passengers in the plane crash in Smolensk (Russia).
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    An aerial view of Mariacki Church during the funeral ceremony of Polish President Lech Kaczynski and his wife Maria Kaczynski
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    Nyna Vasylyevna Kurynoy is seen on the phone informing the relatives about the death of her mother in law - Ulyana Prokopovna, 96 years old - the oldest woman in Straholesie near Chernobyl's exclusion zone.
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    A procession of burial ceremony of Marya Petrovna Gryshenko, 87 years old, is seen entering the cementary in Straholesie.
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    Drunken brothers Bohdan and Dima are seen in Karpilivka, village on the border of the exlusion zone. Behind them Maxim, 4 year old Dima's son, is playing on his motorbike.
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    An old lady and her dogs are seen in Karpilivka village on the border of the forbidden zone.
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    Farmers in Straholesie
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    Masha, 5 year old girl is watching her grand father while he is killing a pig in Termahivka
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    Kolia is seen during the party for his one month old daughter Alinka who was just baptised. They live in Lugoviki village on the border of the exclusion zone.
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    Janusz Strach takes winter baths for 7 years in Marcinek Lake close to Ukraine border. He prefers to practise on his own.
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    Enthusiasts for winter Baltic-swimming during the V International Winterbathers' Rally. Water temperature was 4 Celcius degrees.
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    Enthusiasts for winter Baltic-swimming during the V International Winterbathers' Rally. Water temperature was 4 Celcius degrees.
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    A view of Auschwitz site is seen through Arbeit Macht Frei sign on the main gate of the camp as the first visitors come in the morning,,, (The photograph was taken less then a week before it got stolen. Right now is being recovered in Auschwitz conservation laboratory)
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    A group of young visitors is seen in one of the wooden barracks in Birkenau.
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    A landscape of Birkeanu site is seen through barbed wires. On the left side of the photograph leftovers of wooden barracks can be seen (chimneys build of bricks). After the war people from destroyed villages in close proximity of the camp used the wood of the barracks to rebuild their houses.
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    Series of portraits of witnesses and victims of the Holocaust. This series is an attempt to put faces to the nameless millions of horrific Nazi camps statistics and to breathe individuality and humanity into the detached historical accounts. Here: Danuta Bogdaniuk-Bogacka (maiden name Kaminska) KL Auschwitz survivor.
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    A young boxer watching a professional boxer training. Great passion for boxing, atmophere of the club and training methods causes that open in 1937, Gleason's Gym remains the oldest active boxing gym in the US. Its name has become one of the most well-known brands in American Boxing.
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    Bob Jackson started as a boxer when he was 17 now he is 70 and he is a trainer. He's been in Gleason's for more than 20 years.
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    A boxer training at Gleason's Gym.
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    Paulie Malignaggi aka Magic Man current IBF World Champion Series of portraits - Characters of Gleason's Gym the oldest active boxing gym in the US. Its name has become one of the most well-known brands in American Boxing. Gleason's has been a training headquarters for such boxing legends as Jake LaMotta, Muhhamed Ali and Roberto Duran. All together there was 117 world champions who have trained here. Currently three active title holders work-out in the gym as well as numerous contenders and dozens of Golden Gloves champions.
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    Professional boxer John Douglas, who fought in the 1996 Olympics in Atlanta, has been training fighters at Gleason's for the past seven years. Series of portraits - Characters of Gleason's Gym the oldest active boxing gym in the US. Its name has become one of the most well-known brands in American Boxing. Gleason's has been a training headquarters for such boxing legends as Jake LaMotta, Muhhamed Ali and Roberto Duran. All together there was 117 world champions who have trained here. Currently three active title holders work-out in the gym as well as numerous contenders and dozens of Golden Gloves champions.
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