Visual story of the Baltic seaside.
The Słowiński National Park is located in the middle part of the Polish Baltic Sea coast and is one of the 23 national parks in Poland. It was created in 1967 to protect its unique ecosystem comprised of peat bogs, forests, beaches, coastal lakes, but most notably, the largest strip of shifting sand dunes in Europe. Pushed by the wind, they move several metres per year, systematically covering and uncovering nearby forests and Lake Łebsko. We visited the Łącka Dune near Łeba in January 2016. While in the summertime there are crowds of tourists, in the winter we could enjoy the calm of a chilly dawn in the otherworldly desert scenery.