Uhu (8451) 2014-12-28 14:17
State of the art thing, these aircrafts.
So much effort and so many wonderful technology being put in them.
But still they are falling and even missing sometimes, like that one today near Singapore. Sad thing.
Great photo! Amazing clarity.
Uhu (8451) 2014-12-28 14:14
Good day to you,
In Russia this kind of bread usually named "lavash" and it originated from the Islamic parts of the country (Caucasus, Volga Tartar lands etc), is quite popular all around. So, is this Sanghak bread hard and crunchy, or is it soft and tissue-like?
Great photo of everyday life.
Uhu (8451) 2014-12-28 14:01
General idea is that these domes are the representation of the sky, and as the Lord is constantly looks down at this place, He will be pleased and will be grateful. Or something.
In short - "let's make a beautiful domes, maybe He will like it".
Great work. Colorful place, with a very happy mood about the whole scenery. I like it very much.
Uhu (8451) 2014-12-11 12:26
This is a very exquisite work, the mountains at the background makes it very special. Familiar-looking electrical towers - same shape as in Russia.
As about your note about peace and love to prevail in the world... Well. Not on the agenda of some guys in power today, but let's hope that everyone will return to their senses.
Uhu (8451) 2014-12-11 12:18
Gondola ride to the top of the hill?
Something is seriously wrong with my knowledge about the antipodes. Probably that's because the gravity is all different there, you know.
It's good to be back, even if I am not as active as i was once; but then I was younger and had more interest in... Well, in sharing something with someone, I suppose.
Anyway, here is a great photo - as usual!
Uhu (8451) 2014-12-06 13:31
Yeah, I have seen it many times in Italy - quite traditional thing, to do it this way.
Great photo - I like it very much!
And yes, in Amsterdam I did contacted the thing that this town is so famous of. I have to say - I was not impressed at all!
Uhu (8451) 2014-11-22 12:20
Yeah, I remember reading the book, "August cannons" or something like that, there were some information about Library being arsoned in 1914 and all other nice things that Army guys did there.
Pity that they did it.
Well - as about the building - its just unbeleivably great, its wonderful and amazing one.
And great photo it is!