Some glimpses on Russian countryside.
the 15th image (reflection in a pond) is upside down, in case you are wondering 🙂
But grass is also upside-down, so it’s ok.
harsh life and poverty of Russians never ends.
That means that you have to improve it, will that be ok? And also what do you define as poverty?
Looks like you’re a paid Pakistani propagandist to create a rift between the decades-old friendship existing between the Russian (including all former Soviet Union states) and Indian people. No Indian would ever make that remark. I’ve been reading almost all of these pages and I see that you’re on every page taking pain to sow your hatred of Russia in the guise of an Indian identity. You’re fake, an agent provocateur only to malign Indians who love everything about Russians and other former USSR states and its peoples. Nobody is going to buy your poison. Just stay away from these columns.
In Soviet Russia, picture photoshop you.
Very nice photos!
Wow. So beautiful.
Beautiful. This is why I visit this website. Thanks for sharing.
Phenomenal photos! This is the most fascinating of Russia!
Some of them are really extra ordinary.
The original pictures are quite nice from a content, perspective, and framing point of view, but the overprocessing with Photoshop on many (or most) of them makes them look unreal.
I am speechless…
idyllic. every one a postcard.
Envy is a sin, you know. 😉
Several of the pictures have been Photoshopped too much. That’s a shame. The photos were good enough as they were.
Not photoshop, but HDR’d.
Wow, really beautiful.
Looks like another third world country to me.
BTW where is Borat?!?!
tis is where i want to live when i get older
Me tooooo!i would love to move there…i just wonder,where do i get started!?so much betteer than this world of sin ‘western countrys’.
Thanks for sharing these beautiful pictures of the Russian countryside. I really like each one of them! I am speechless… Gracias from Spain
you betcha, eris. i wish i had taken every one.
Can anyone tell me what those are in #22, they look like mounds of hay with sticks on top, is this a pic from the Shire? Very beautiful scenes, a far cry from may day parades in Moscow!
Hay? — Yes. Shire? — No.
I agree. They then became kitschy postcards and lost the natural look.
A última fotografia é muito bela, parabéns ao fotografo russo por sua sensibilidade e simplicidade. Thank you!
Лепотаааааааааааааааааа! Одно слово – красотищщща!
I love animals!
I love women 🙂
Nice…. Russians’ favourite pet are cats, am I right?
In villages cats are necessary to care mice 😉
Extraordinary and beautiful. I like this photos.
Very nice, pictures
Home Sweet Home
really great shots!!
Great photos! Thanks.
Suddenly I feel like buying a house in the countryside:-)….thanks for photos, they are awesome
But he isn’t a photo-reporter, he is a photo-ARTIST. The difference is, the reporter shows things as they are, without any change, and the artist — the way he SEES ‘em or WANTS ‘em to be. The Art isn’t a lie, it is a work of IMAGINATION.
It is presented as depicting reality. Nowhere it is mentioned this is ‘art’ or a work of imagination.
I think the photographer got carried away a bit and polished his photo’s a tad too much. The result is false nostalgia and postcard aesthetics. Making poverty look romantic.
very beatiful professional qiality pictures. Would be nice to know – who is the Photographer?
Russia,Russia! ! ! ! ! !How beautiful you are! ! ! ! ! !God bless Russia and his “allies”! ! ! ! ! ! ! !
God knows they need it.
Just beautiful, thanks so much for the web site, really breathtaking.
Clearly you are not an artist.
HDR…? so what? Most of them are done with good taste, perhaps the “cat on the well”-picture is overdone.
i kinda liked some of the photos, as I scrolled through over the course of 45 seconds.
but thanks to you, I realize these are horrible photos and I should never had enjoyed them!!!
thank you so much!
Now that was funny!
sooo beautiful photos! I whis i could go there…
pic #2 is serious cat from 4chan
very nice pictures…………… 🙂
That the old man in picture http://englishrussia.com/images/countryside_summer/30.jpg had been visiting finland…Plastic bag on a balcony says “Hyvää suomesta”, which means: “Good stuff from Finland”. He is also crafting some woodwork that is very famous around the Lapland. 🙂
Still better than Detroit.
straight out of fairytales. like the ones I used to read in the magazine “misha” long time back.
Unfortunately, your country is getting more and more violent and uncivilized everyday. A non-white cannot enjoy the beauty of your country without worrying about his life.
I Really like this. i lived in the Russian country side for a wile really great
Russian village is the place where you want to get back again and again and again, even if you were born in a big city, you will want to visit a village several times a year for a few days.
wouahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh fantastique géniale! ces photos sont sublimes bravo!!
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Absolutely stunning pictures of Russian villages…again!! Thank you!! I thought I was the only one who wanted to move to a Russian village. Glad to hear there are others!
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Absolutely beautiful scenes. Unbelievably perfect. Only Russia has such magnificent views of nature. We in India have always wondered how Russian winter would look like and whether we could survive in there even for a week. Congrats for nice photos.
Hi, My first comment here – really like reading your blog. Found some interesting posts. Thanks
Brilliant blog! Thanks
amazing pictures….mind blowing fantastic thank u so muchhhh……foe whoever has taken this pictures,ilove rusia so much its my love country,im from india and its my first visit to russia on this 26 th of may,im so excited….urrrrrraaaaaaaahhhhhhhhhhhhhh
ya lublu tebya ochen ochen moya rossiya
Thanks for the nice pics.
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