Wonderful photographs of predawn St. Petersburg taken from the roofs.
No, you are not the Eleven million hundred eleven thousand hundred eleventh, you are the first.
Wonderful pictures. But you would not get me sitting on that roof!
it would of been better if he fell of
Beautiful, pictures taken from the rooftop of the Church of our Saviour on the Spilled blood (actually no longer a church, nowadays), built on the place where czar Alexander II was killed, in the very centre of St Petersburg.
Were these photos taken after a hail or spring snow storm?
Yeah, that’s some gutsy moves scrambling all over those roof tops.
Some people can do that sort of thing.
Unfortunately I am not one of those people.
Stunning, I like the freshness of the early morning. People waking up, having their morning coffee and greeting the new day in Peterburg. World class city.
Invest in a U.S.D. $5 rope. Tie at least a bowline hitch to secure yourself to something solid inside. Better yet Google “mountaineering knots” for some full body harnesses made with plain rope. We like your images, we want more, you can’t make more if you end up a grease spot on the ground far below.
“Dawn” is the first light of the day. Therefore “predawn” would be the time BEFORE the sunlight begins. Predawn is still the night, and it is still dark.
These photos (possible exception of 2 photos) were made well after sun has risen.
Im gonna cry now, I miss Russia so mutch!
This guy out on the roof is a total nutter. I’m glad he did it.
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