Each thing on the Earth has its life span regardless of whether it is a living being or just a piece of metal. And so when the clock begins ticking its last minutes and everything’s drawing to a close, there is a place where one is supposed to go
to. The train cemetery is located in Moscow region. Just look at eyes of them worn trains, they are full of sorrow, but still if you look at them with a right kind of eye you will see a faint twinkle in these old wreckages.
Last Saturday in Moscow region there was held a rehearsal of display of military equipment as a part of International Forum called ‘Mechanical Engineering Technologies.’ There was built a special training ground for the display – a
unique area that allows showing riding properties of armored and wheeled machinery to the fullest extent. There are lots of obstacles of different kinds on the training ground needed for demonstration of any types of machinery.
We have already had a few posts about Kamchatka region, as far as you remember. But those were about handsomeness of nature as Kamchatka peninsula has lots of national monuments; but each can say without a tint of controversy that the beautifulness of nature is
incomplete without its dwellers, different kinds of beasts residing at it. So, one photographer that lived in Kamchatka region for years decided to settle a list of bears that he has seen through the time he was there. Let’s have a look at them regulars.
The Tatarian people have their own, quaint holiday. It is called Paz-Amyase, what means ‘Geese’s help’ in English, and has lots of ancient meanings behind it. For one thing, goose is a daily-breeder in all Tatarian villages. For second thing, if a family
wants to stick a gaggle, everybody in the village will be eager and striving to help them in doing so. But there is one more, third cause. Like with each thing they do, Allah helps them to accomplish it; that’s why the Geese Day is so traditional.