The Land of Oś – by Danny Ghitis

New York-Based freelance photographer and co-founder of Pangea, Danny Ghitis, is currently working on a project in Poland that addresses the complex reality of the Polish town Oświęcim, where the Nazi death camp Auschwitz is located.

At the end of the infamous railroad tracks is a city of red brick and barbed wire fencing. To see it is to gaze into the face of death. The human mind can’t comprehend what more than 1,000,000 murders looks or feels like. Nevertheless, the same number of living people pay homage to the lost souls at Auschwitz-Birkenau every year. Very few venture into the adjacent Polish town.

See more of Danny’s work on his website.

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