1 Journey to the Red Canyons

Journey to the Red Canyons

We are in Kirghizia, somewhere at the canyons of the Komorchik
river.  It's a cool place to spend some days with tents at.
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9 The History Cut Into Pieces

The History Cut Into Pieces

Inside this post are some shots of a Mi-6 plane once abandoned, rusty, lonely today and
sharing the sad destiny of many others which were built for something big and important...
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1 Night Fun On the Bridge

Night Fun On the Bridge

Like at any Petersburg's night the Troitsky Bridge is about to draw. But suddenly people notice a human
silhouette on its very top. The man sits for about ten seconds and starts moving to the catenary pole...
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2 Walking On the Crane

Walking On the Crane

We don't know why they do it and if they have the instinct of
self-preservation but we are sure it's not something anyone should ever
1 Excavators Vs Lack of Roads

Excavators Vs Lack of Roads

What remains to do when you need to move but there are no roads
around? Only water. In Siberia they know how to solve this problem.
17 Female Face of the War

Female Face of the War

When all men die in battles or captured by the enemy, it becomes the turn of women to fight for their native land. Some military units fully consisted of females.
Did they have many chances to survive? No. But they were marching, singing, smiling and supporting each other. There were so many heroes among them.
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0 Try to Escape From Russian Bear

Try to Escape From Russian Bear

People in Russian villages often know where they can hide from annoying
bears. For example, they can save themselves having climbed a high tree...

12 Soviet Planes 1941-44

Soviet Planes 1941-44

Right now we are going to show some interesting pictures of Russian planes 1941-1944 taken from the Finnish
archives. On the photo above - UTI-4, Olonets, 8th September 1941, preserved till these days.
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6 Searching For Stone Warriors of the Past

Searching For Stone Warriors of the Past

They are called in various ways: "badiz" or "musin", but the most widespread variant sounds like "balbaltas". They can be met from the Mongolian sacred Orkhon River to the very Caspian Sea: in
Mongolia, Russia, Kyrgyzstan, China and Kazakhstan. The political scientist Yerlan Karin had been researching the warriors for five years and issued his photo album devoted to this research.
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1 Meanwhile In Georgia

Meanwhile In Georgia

It is never quiet in a Georgian family!
Especially if they have a very angry sheep!

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