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Saturday, 7 March 2009

A Picture Speaks a Thousand Words

Photos: carolinephotography.co.uk
So I'm a little snowed under with work and Katie's out of action with visa problems, so how about a little cultural break away from the doom and gloom of politics. Russia has a photo opportunity hiding round every corner. Here are some that I took over the past month. Hope you enjoy.


Miles of snow, the trans-siberian


Miles of snow, view from the trans-Siberian




Icy kopecks


Fur hats

Fur Hats


Ice fishing

Ice Fishing


A bit nippy

A wee bit nippy




3 comments:

Kelsey said...

The shot of the man on the train is great.

jn said...

Great photos!

Caroline said...

Thanks guys - more to come!