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Flipping Pictures on the Window

Scenes from the window of my dining cart on the way from Perm to Yekaterinburg.


From Perm to Yekaterinburg,
December 28th 2014

One of my favorite scenes on winter is the glow of sunshine on pristine snow. So I pushed away the beautifully set curtains on the window of my dining cart. If only I could push the glass open.

Log house. I love that, and I assume that wooden shelter on the left must be a home plantation spot. I try to picture flowers blooming under that shelter in summer.

Blue house! Blue house!

With my limited knowledge on Photoshop, I erased the electricity lines on top carefully, because this is one of my favorites.

Yippee! By luck, the reflection of the curtain across my table joint in with the pine trees and church, forming a pattern.

Frozen Danilikha River, I suppose.

One day I'll wipe off that electricity line also.

Pardon me, I cannot decide which between this and the above to display. I'll wipe off the electricity line, whichever.

Into the white valley... until the sun goes down... only will I touch my baked salmon. Aha.

Yekaterinburg... here, I come.

Posted by automidori 23:46 Archived in Russia Tagged train russia yekaterinburg perm trans_siberia trans_mongolia

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