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Last weekend was full: mother and I went to Vladimir Saturday night, needing to pay all the bills for our (late granny's) apartment there that currently remains uninhabited.

We walked around some on Sunday, and the weather being quite perfectly clear, got up at 5 a.m. Monday morning and took these before going on our errands. This was the first time in my life I ran, literally, after views and light that was changing by the second.


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Прошлые выходные были длинными: в субботу вечером поехали с мамой во Владимир платить квартплатные долги за нынче пустующую (бабушкину) квартиру.

В субботу побродили по городу и зашли к друзьям и родственникам, а поскольку погода была ясная и морозная, в понедельник встали в пять утра и пошли фотографировать рассвет на соборной площади. Впервые в жизни бегала, бегом, за видами и светом, который менялся каждую секунду.




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(More pictures can be found on my Instagram
Вся серия фотографий у меня в Инстаграме.)

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st_martin_a
Mar. 28th, 2016 05:26 pm (UTC)
Wow, look at that snow.
It's interesting seeing what your city looks like.
kehlen_crow
Mar. 29th, 2016 11:52 am (UTC)
Wow, look at that snow.
Yes, and it was unexpected, too: we chose this weekend because most of the snow had melted by then (they clean the roads badly in Vladimir, and mother can't do so much walking there in a single day in winter). But then there were a couple more strong snowfalls during the week! Probably the last ones this year.

That is only Vladimir's historical centre, but they are often the most interesting parts of towns to photograph.
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