Ojców National Park (Polish: Ojcowski Park Narodowy) is a national park in Kraków County, Lesser Poland Voivodeship in southern Poland, established in 1956. It takes its name from the village of Ojców, where it also has its headquarters. Chopin visited Ojców in 1829.
It is Poland’s smallest national park, with an original area of 14.40 square kilometers (5.56 sq mi), since expanded to 21.46 km2 (8.29 sq mi). Of this area, 15.28 km2 (5.90 sq mi) is forested and 2.51 km2 (0.97 sq mi) is strictly protected. The park is approximately 16 kilometers (10 mi) north of Kraków, in the Jurassic Kraków-Cz?stochowa Upland.
Henryk Tomasz Kaiser was born in 1951 in Krakow, Poland.
Graduated from Politechnic of Krakow.
He lived in New York from 1981 to 2003, when he returned to Krakow.
As Art Photographer he won over 60-ty awards at some of the best known International Competitions and Exhibitions.
He had nine Individual Shows, two of them in New York.
In 1984 Henryk Tomasz moved from Art and Exhibition Photography to Stock Photography and over the years became one of prominent figures in this demanding and very rapidly evolving field.
Through Stock Agencies his pictures are licensed and used by such companies as: National Geographic, British Airways, Reader’s Digest, General Motors, Fuji Film, Simon & Schuster, Panasonic, Sony, Elle, Microsoft, Advertising Unlimited, and many more… also they appear in magazines, books, art galleries, calendars, postcards, TV, brochures, on billboards, etc.