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Friday, December 2, 2011

Weekend Reflections: Polytechnic museum


My husband found many interesting reflections at the Polytechnic Museum in Moscow, during our Russian holiday with Viking River Cruises this summer.



Photos by Richard Schear, August, 2011, Moscow, Russia




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12 comments:

Sylvia K said...

What interesting and fun reflections for the day! Hope you enjoy a wonderful weekend, Kay! Give Lindy a pat from Sam and I.

Sylvia

Emille said...

Am surprized that they preserved things used from pre-commununistic times:) Makes one have hope seeing things in perspective of history!

Ebie said...

With ample lighting, these shots are great!

Kim, USA said...

Oh wow that is fantastic vintage cars.

Weekend Reflection

Leon and Sue Sims said...

Kaye,
Just popped into your blog from Dianne's Adelaide and Beyond. Love this post on Autos. My wife says that your blog describes her and I. She also doesn't like books or films where a dog dies. Like your humor.
Come say hello on our blog "Melbourne - our home by the bay" sometime.

Dorian Susan said...

Looks like a really cool place to visit. There's an auto museum around here in a "tourist trap" area so I never go. Next summer I should check it out. Happy weekend to you.

Dianne said...

I do love that last car - so regal and stately. Wouldn't it be lovely to take a ride in it around the street of Moscow.

Ella said...

I love museums, going back to another era, another time! Thanks for sharing, these photos are amazing!
I would love to time travel back and experience every era! ;D

Kay said...

That was such an amazing trip you had, Kay! What an awesome museum.

Cezar and Léia said...

That's nice! If you wouldn't mention it is Moscow, the style of the exhibition could make us think it is any western country.
God bless you!
Cezar

Francisca said...

Oooh, I bet my honey would like to see these old vehicles in this museum, too! Looks like it was well done! Are you back home, Kay?

jabblog said...

Lovely photos from the museum. I like the drawing with the model in front.