Photographer's Note

I have just returned from a very brief family visit in Poland. I intended to use the public transportation relatively close to the Ukrainian border and so I wondered whether the trains and train stations may be filled with people fleeing the war. In the main train station of Krakow, I was positively surprised to see very well-prepared areas with volunteers to help people from Ukraine. There was a huge tent where I believe you could get something to eat and there were several parts of the train station with beds where you could stay for 24 hours to rest.
I regret I didnít have time to help. I was only passing by in very late evening and very early morning hours and I didnít want to impose on people who had a rest so I just took a couple of snapshots outside the help areas like this rest point here.
For those of you who donít know, Poland uses Latin alphabet as opposed to Ukraine where people use Cyrillic. In this photo you see how Ukrainian language becomes part of the Polish daily life.
The picture was taken with iPhone7.

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