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6 Life in the Russian Countryside, Happy One

Life in the Russian Countryside, Happy One

Posted on August 11, 2014 by team


Pictures from a modern Russian village don’t have to be always gloomy. These ones, taken in Ushakovo village, for example, portray the best we normally may imagine when think about joys and pleasures of life in a countryside.

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6 Responses to “Life in the Russian Countryside, Happy One”

  1. Vijay says:

    Country side is good. Will be nice to see one article or set of pictures here on landscape painters, artists in Russia, their works, the material they use, art schools in Russia etc., Art is the soul of life, it connects us all better and helps us express ourselves.

    Some people talk about only tech all the time and are not interested in art. Such a life feels robotic for me.

  2. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Very moving pictures. I hope all those little folks end up living long, happy lives.

  3. Lucy Parker says:

    I agree with Barrie and Bjorn. You cannot miss it if you never had it. But they look like they have a lot of love, happiness, and good food. I wish the best for this family. Thank you for the post.

  4. Mister Twister says:

    Atmosphere is a plus, but lack of other people is a minus.

  5. Erik Johnson says:

    Nothing like just plain good fun .

    Thanks

  6. mitro says:

    Living in country side and living in the city are very much different.
    In the country side, there are no mall, no. McD, no Starbucks, no KFC, no Burger King, etc.. No traffic jam, no pollutant…

    But… there are also no factory to produce something to sell, no international trade and business..

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