Marcin: I agree with the above commenters that your work is very well executed. As I have extensively researched historic street photography, I have the unfortunate feeling that I've essentially seen most of your photos before. Perhaps you were born about 80 years too late. In the historic words of Harper's Art Director Alexy Brodovitch in the 1940's, "If you look through the viewfinder and see a photo you've seen before, don't take it!" This is, of course, a general problem. The history of Modernism has conditioned us, as consumers of art, to look for novelty. So each of us as photographers may choose to confront the issue of novelty in different ways. One can say 'I am content to work within a time honored tradition and satisfy myself and others for whom the re-execution of a historic stance is not an issue'. Or, one can say, 'I will try to find a new niche, even if it means artificially sacrificing some of the traditional values that I might otherwise prefer to maintain.' This is the (unfortunate, in my view) posture that many Post-Modernist artists adopt. Or, one can take the the unsure and difficult task of finding a way to build on and yet transcend or at least elevate from what has gone before. The latter approach requires an energetic eye, obsessive persistence, and savage editing and, with your innate talent, I would love to see what you could do under these terms.