3 Happy Children of Taiga

Happy Children of Taiga

Posted on October 2, 2013 by team

We are back at the Khanty “yurts” to once again get astounded by so hard but happy living of ordinary northern people who would never exchange this terrible -50 C and little wooden houses beyond the polar circle to a cup of Starbucks coffee at an office of a big city.

The kids are aged 8 and 4.

The hardest time of a year for them is autumn and winter when ice is not fully frozen and snow cover is not thick enough – on the days like this they are fully separated from civilization.


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3 Responses to “Happy Children of Taiga”

  1. czechontheenglishrussia says:

    These people would be the only survivors of the civilisation’s apocalypse, which is inevitable …

  2. Jacek says:

    Mam wielki szacunek i podziw dla Tych Ludzi, zycze im wiele wspanialych chwil spedzonych w rodzinnym gronie i wiele satysfakcji z bliskosci natury.

  3. bjorn skis says:

    some times we have to ask ourselves how much do we really need to be happy.

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