Wednesday, July 9, 2008


6 comments:

Michelle said...

Hi Nataly..I came via Dina's blog as I wanted to visit another country. Your photos are wonderful...

Kris McCracken said...

What a huge entrance, very impressive. I wonder what it is used for, it’s like a palace!

Nataly said...

It`s military school. It was built in 1813

babooshka said...

That's a lovely composition you have for on this. Very striking image.

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Nancy said...

Hi Nataly:
Your pictures of the Russian architecture are beautiful. How cold does it get there? Is it
similar to Alaskan weather?

Nancy
in the USA