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55 Trip to North

Trip to North

Posted on January 18, 2008 by


Russian Northern Cities 1

This guy had a trip to some Northern Russian cities, he concentrated on wooden architecture and churches while shooting. These are genuine Russian views in winter.

Russian Northern Cities 2

Russian Northern Cities 3


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55 Responses to “Trip to North”

  1. your name here says:

    Those pics are awesome, almost makes me want to move out of VA and live there.

  2. owned says:

    the roof, the roof, the roof is on fire ..

  3. valiant says:

    truly beautiful… but very cold! thanx

  4. djr2096 says:

    WOW!!!!
    looks beautiful & very fairytale looking!!

  5. Niels R. says:

    Lovely! Any specifics about wich buildings and/or where the photo’s were taken?

  6. bogdan says:

    Great shots

  7. John from Kansas says:

    Beautiful photographs. The night photos are particlarly dramatic. I agree with Niels R., additional information would be appreciated.

  8. a says:

    photos 1-7 are from rostov veliky (just south of Yaroslavl and only about 4 hours north of Moscow).

  9. Anders says:

    Awesome photos!

    Travelling to Russia this summer, can’t wait to see it all :)

  10. great photos, keep up the good work

  11. Roma Dakota says:

    Photos 8-16 are from Vologda; I know this wooden building in 8-10, it left am impression on me the first time I saw it there.

  12. Roma Dakota says:

    Photos 8-16 are from Vologda. I know this wooden building, made an instant impression on me the first time I saw it there.

  13. Premas says:

    Some photos (at least 19 and 25) are from Velikiy (Great) Ustyug.

  14. Premas says:

    So, it looks the guy made the photos during a trip Moscow – Yaroslavl – Vologda – Velikiy Ustyug.

  15. Marina says:

    Very beautiful scenery.

  16. Mosh says:

    Stunning photos. Bizarrely the grander buildings remind me most of the mosques I saw in India. Must be the minarets and towers! Certainly not the snow :)

  17. Niels R. says:

    Ok, ignore my cynic comment. I apologize!

  18. My god, I love Russian architecture! These photos are wonderful and the architecture they depict is just heartbreakingly beautiful; not just the onion-domed churches, but things like the wooden bridge and that amazing house, completely denuded of paint by the elements.

    Thank you for this.

  19. GYUSZI BACSI says:

    these building are very nice

    and the town is not so crowded as in EUrope/America

  20. Curtis says:

    Beautiful, and yet kind of sad…

  21. Gholam Hassan Daryaie says:

    I really enjoyed watching beautiful images .

    Thanks

  22. Halli says:

    Just one word WoW.

  23. mad1982 says:

    Really amazing buliding with wild weather

  24. Robert says:

    really nice captures, have to travel there sometime…

  25. vadim says:

    Nice it is very nice….Thanks to who put those photos on this website….keep up….@@@@ i feel sad that many Russian people go to Europe, America..and other coutnries..leaving those beautiful churches to die… somebody neet to take care about them…every year…

  26. Terry says:

    Great pictures!

  27. ChrisF says:

    It makes the cold look Romantic! That’s tough to do… I should know, it’s 18 below (F) in Minnesota today…

  28. maidenemmy says:

    Thank you so much for your photos. It makes these places a reality in our minds, not just some dot on a map. It helps us to really see the living space of other human beings on our planet. The stark beauty is captivating. It is odd how humans put more money into their churches than into their own homes. Such is also the case in Ecuador.

  29. THE LETTR R says:

    very beautiful house and i also dont see why people argu in a blog they will never revisit i agree with the comment by BURNED by a 16Y/O he/she is right

  30. tje says:

    Wow that was like an orgy for the eyes…brilliant photos and brilliant architecture. I wish I lived in a country which had some history to it.

  31. jamie says:

    absolutely stunning photography….I’m going to link you on my site….I recently read Dead Souls by Gogol and I was very curious to understand the color of green he described the houses as being painted….I see it here in your work. Again, it’s fantastic work. Jamie, Atlanta, Georgia, USA.

  32. Heatmiser says:

    Very beautiful –

    All you ever get to see of Russia is ugly Soviet-style apartment buildings. What a contrast.

    Cold or not, I want to vist Russia to see these sights.

  33. pauldone says:

    Wonderful collection of winter scenery. I love the ability to see other beautiful parts of the world that I may never get to visit.

  34. Uncle B says:

    Do a series on Russian chainsaws, lumbering, lumber mills, they must be awesome!

  35. Mike in USA says:

    For high school English class in 1972, I did a 10 page paper on Russian Architecture. I wish this site would have been available then. Beautiful, just amazing. Thank you for this site.

  36. Bedazzled says:

    Thanks for these photos of the harsh and breathtakingly beautiful landscape. As I’ve been looking at ER photos, I’ve wondered why I haven’t seen more (or actually any) bicycles. And here someone is cycling in the ice and snow, which must be difficult. I wonder if snowmobiles are commonly used in this area?

  37. Alisha Elder says:

    Very interesting post! Truely..

  38. Eledwer says:

    I will tell to you in secret at us, in Russia there are much more tremendous places…! And it is not too cold in Russia, in the summer temperature not below 20-30 degrees (ho-ho-ho, but in the winter the same temperature, but in negative)))

    p.s.: I am sorry for curve language, with English not in frets))

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