Friday, October 7, 2011

Weekend Reflections: Uglich, Russia

© Photos by Richard Schear

Reflections in the historic small city of Uglich, on the Volga River—from the light reflected in Russian Orthodox icons, to the gleam of a samovar, to reflections in car windows and in the gold color of store lettering, we present this assortment to you as this week's submission to
Weekend Reflections
hosted each week by James in California. Thanks, James!
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Emille said...

the chandelier is perfect!

Laurie Kolp said...

Kay- Thanks for sharing such beautiful pictures. It's fun to live vicariously through you.

Filip Demuinck said...

I like the vase. It is funny to see how you switch between the golden retriever and the Russia trip. Both are fabulous.


Cildemer said...

Very nice series! The buildings are impressive! Love their pink colour!
Thanks for sharing;o)

Have a nice and happy weekend****

Dianne said...

Oh! that exquisite chandelier with real candles! and the green pot - so rich and vibrant - Beautiful post Kay!
Have a lovely week-end. xx

kaykuala said...

Kay Ma'am,
You got on to 'Champ', I'm glad. In fact I got the idea after seeing your comments in the previous post. Why not a posting specially dedicated to the Champ instead of just a passing reference, I thought.

Your Russian sojourn is fantastic, pics and all. One I've not gone to yet.Language may present problems I think!


SquirrelQueen said...

That is a beautiful samovar. A person I worked for in AK had one but it was plain compared to this one.

I love that house!

Sylvia K said...

Such beautiful, colorful reflections, Kay! I love them! Visiting Russia through your photos has been the next best thing to being there! Thanks for sharing! Hope you have a wonderful weekend!


Dianne said...

I really love the architecture!

Ebie said...

I like the pattern of the paint. Groovy!

Fran said...

A beautiful samovar, was it there for show or did you get your tea from it? x

Frances Garrood said...

Wonderful photos, Kay!

Seasons said...

That samovar certainly looks like one for special occasions; like when, having distinguished guests. Very nice. Thanks for sharing.

Gattina said...

Very interesting photos, I like the samovar !