Introduction: It’s one thing to read about different lands and cultures but it’s a whole different experience to see it through the eyes of another. This Guest blogger has lived in Central Siberia off and on for over 15 years. I was so delighted when he agreed to do a post for “Life in Russia”. … More My Paradigm Shift in the Land of Buryat
One of my hardest subjects has always been of capturing good photos of people. On Cyprus I again tried my hand at this, I’m guessing with time it comes. In the mean time maybe I could get a few pointers from those photographers that understand this subject way better than myself. Homeless man in Limassol … More Capturing the moment in Cyprus
Over the next several weeks I will be blogging from a new “location” one that I’m certain that many people will find very interesting. I will be exploring this exciting place and sharing with my readers. But I’m going to put a twist on it. You are going to have to tell me where I’m … More Get “Ready”!
Kazan has many buildings throughout the city like this. This particular building was built in the 1800’s and is less than a block away from Musa Jalil’s Flat. The attention to detail is marvelous. Also Visit: https://hague6185.wordpress.com/2013/09/04/kazan-poets-part-ii/
Doesn’t look like the Cross is on fire?When I took this picture I didn’t see that the cross looked like this, it’s always interesting what one finds while editing.