Malgosia Lebda is a 30-year-old Polish photographer who grew up in a small village in the southern Polish, Zeleznikowa Wielka. “Photography has absorbed me completely since 2007. I started taking pictures, because I felt that they can be ambiguous, mysterious, metaphysical. It seems to me that thanks to analogue photography I touch the essence of photography.”
Malgosia is also a university teacher, journalist and author of books of poetry. She loves to travel and shoot nature, sometimes portrait, especially with black and white.
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