Here we go, a new collection of “Only in Russia” photos. Weird children playgrounds, roads to nowhere, no vodka signs – everything you can imagine about Russia is here again in this photo set.
And nobody knows why. But that’s no surprise.
This seems to be a pedestrian crossing from nowhere to nowhere.
Another way to fix a banner.
Birthday cake in Russia.
They got the shape right.
Here is another pedestrian crossing. It’s marked with a special sign. You cross the road, then you climb the fence.
In spring some Russians finally can find their cars.
Cats on sale.
Somebody got too creative with the trash bins, their shape and number of them,
Another creative trash bin.
Look closely. Do you see polls on this photo? Seems to be too little polls so lets put some polls right on the road surface to make it more cooler.
No matter it’s spring – teacher said bring the skiis – we gotta bring them.
This sign should be probably installed in 99% of places where people live, not just this village.
Russian men are heroes.
Yeah let’s party.
Balloons make any photo more colorful.
Why did she make this photo? What was her message?
Some traditional Russian food like “bliny” – flat pancakes or crepes – can be pretty scary if make a few holes in it and put it on your face.
She was probably too hot.
Another road to nowhere. It’s even get a freshly painted stairs so it would be more easy for you to go to nowhere.
Another Russian restroom. Is it men or women? Or gender neutral?
And now some fresh photos from Russian kids playgrounds. Like this one, in a swamp for example.
Or this one. Actually this fox might be a real stuffed fox which makes it even more creepier.
But not as creepy as those… bears? Or whatever they are with lights in their eyes.
Unboarding a bus in Russia is not always an easy task.
This speed bump is probably installed in a school. Like, teaching kids “don’t run in a hallway” with a method they would recognize in their older times as well.
This water drain pipe from the roof can also work as a shower when its raining.
This is mother of all street lightpolls. Thick, big, stands in the middle of the sidewalk.
How does this supposed to work?