A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A recent typhoon in Vladivostok resulted in a big success for its citizens! During the storm tons of shellfish was cast ashore. People tried not to lose a chance of gathering some delicatessen given by the typhoon they had been afraid of.

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

A Beach of Delicatessen

Probably when the next typhoon comes more people will rush to the beach.

Location:Vladivostok

via leti-na-svet

7 thoughts on “A Beach of Delicatessen”

  1. Let’s see…

    We’ll need about two dumptrucks full of melted butter, half a train car of lemons, and about 2 acres of napkins.

    …And the entire output of all of the breweries within a 100 mile radius.

    Bring your own forks.

  2. This August Typhoon (named “Bolaven”) did something good to Vladivostok comrades. It is the Shamora beach, isn’t it? People will talk about this for many many years.

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