Photographer Robert Stefanski is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this photo essay. From the project ‘Homeland’. To see Robert’s body of work, click on any image.
“It’s always the old homeland that keeps evoking memories, which is always rediscovered, which hasn’t changed, as if time had stood still.”
The recordings were made on the edge of the Warthemündung National Park. The national park covers an area of over 80 square kilometers in the delta estuary of the Oder and the Warte.
The landscape of the national park is determined by the water. Numerous natural arms of the river and the canals built by man over centuries create a unique floodplain landscape, the water level of which is subject to fluctuations of up to four meters over the course of the year. Numerous species of water and marsh birds have their breeding grounds here. During the migration season, the park is populated by huge flocks of cranes and geese.
All images and text © Robert Stefanski
By Robert Stefanski
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