To begin my posts, I will try to list the events that are happening around here.
I have been many times visiting the cementery in my country, in order to bring flowers to the loved ones who left, now that I live in Poland I still follow this tradition with my local family. At this point of the year there is not more important day in Poland to visit the cementery than November 1st, All Saints’ Day / Wszystkich Świętych (catholic holiday).
In general it supposed to be a sad day, you know walking in the cementery shouldn’t be nice at all, but I can see that in here it takes some special feeling, whole families meet up and bring tons of flowers to their loved ones, kids running every where, people actually socializing, sitting down and speaking around graves, the more people arrive more colorful it gets, due to the amazing quantity of flowers and candles that decorate the graves.
When the night arrives (very early in Autumn), you can actually enjoy a totally new experience, walking around the cementery; the same is nicely iluminated by thousands of red, green, yellow and white candles, thanks to the glass container where these candles are hold, it makes a really nice brightness effect, I guarantee you the first time I could see that from the train cabin, I didn’t really understand why it was so beautiful, of course you don’t realize where you are passing by when travelling by train, but after few questions my query was totally answered.