Once, they were the regions of the central and Midwestern Poland. Now, they are the eastern regions of Poland marked by varied beautiful landscapes and rich patriotic traditions. The regions were declassed and devastated regularly by the occupiers since the time of annexations. That is why, this part of Poland has been called Category B Poland. Fortunately, it is part of the history now as the region's economy and traditions have started to revive. Adam Bujak, an outstanding photographer, crisscrossed the eastern region of Poland with his camera, which resulted in the publication of this enormous album, the fruit of his labour of many years. There are 440 pages with 177 pictures of towns, villages, various landscapes, natural phenomena, castles, palaces, churches and memorial sites. There are also pictures presenting customs, traditions and hard working people. There are as many as 600 pictures! The intrinsic value of the album is the original passage written by Antoni Pacyfik Dydycz the bishop and the ordinand of Drohiczyn, who in addition to holding a Ph.D. in history is an author of books, a merited priest, a patriot and finally a son of the Podlasie region.