Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Beautiful photographs of 3 different cities taken at high altitude.

Frosty Sunday morning in Kostroma. 200 m height.

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Location: Kostroma

Berdsk is a town in the Novosibirsk Region.

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Center of the town.

Looking From Above

Berdsk highway.

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Railway station.

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Bridge over the Berd river.

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

Sretenskaya Church.

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Former helicopter regiment.

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Deactivated Tu-104 serving as a warehouse for parachutes.

Looking From Above

Location: Berdsk

Odessa – a wonderful town with the population of 1 million people.

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Beaches.

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Housing area.

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Race track.

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Railway station.

Looking From Above

Looking From Above

7 thoughts on “Looking From Above”

  1. Russia is very fortunate place…they might have everything for their people compare to the poor countries…they must take care this place as a sign of thank you of what they have

  2. Odessa is a nice city except for all the Turks. They are not as refined as Persians. I was once sitting at an outdoor cafe having coffee and watching Odessa girls walk by, wishing one would sit on my lap and share my coffee, when a Turkish man propositioned me to join him in the bathhouse.

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