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Friday, December 30, 2011

Weekend Reflections: Yaroslavl, Russia

This is the spot for 'selfie' shots of my intrepid photographer!

Imperial Porcelain






© Photos by Richard Schear
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Weekend Reflections
hosted by James in California. Thanks, James!

17 comments:

Ann said...

what is that square on the first photo? A giant mirror?

Kay L. Davies said...

@ Ann — Yes, it is. In fact, it is a mirrored cube, so "selfie" photos can be taken from any side. My husband enjoyed it.
K

Ann said...

Hi Kay,

Thanks for your comment. You could have "altered" the truth and said you were part of the crew. LOL

Our weather is not very cold as compared with Canada.

Unfortunately our houses are not built for the cold. We are not central heated and the cold air seeps into the house. My daughter is in the coldest part of China, Harbin, but she wears shorts and T shirt inside the building. Meanwhile I wear layers of clothes.

I don't know how I survived the Canadian winters. Of course, I was in my early 20s, can't stand the brrrrr!

Ann said...

just looking at you guys swim the Polar Bear swim is enough to make me "faint".

Dianne said...

I can imagine it would be much fun taking pics with that mirror in the garden - just ideal for Weekend Reflection shots. Oh! And that imperial porcelains is exquisite.
Wishing you a wonderful happy and healthy NewYear Kay and Richard with a big hug for Lindy.

Sylvia K said...

Breathtaking captures and I have so enjoyed seeing and reading about your wonderful trip to Russia, Kay! Have a wonderful and Happy New Year!

Sylvia

Carola Bartz said...

What a cool thing to have a mirrored cube right there - of course you have to take "selfie" photos there! The geek and I would have had a blast there!

Powell River Books said...

What an interesting concept for self photography. I love the china. So delicate. - Margy

Gattina said...

Beautiful reflections ! I like the "selfie" shot, he looks like a statue amongst the flowers, lol !

Andy said...

Kay, you are proving that the whole world is reflection.

Francisca said...

Hahaha... I'd be there taking the selfie too! Dear Kay, all the very best to you and Dick in the coming year. One day we will meet in person, but until then, we'll keep meeting here in the blogosphere. xo

jabblog said...

Beautiful place, Kay, with some wonderful architecture.

ros@dimaggio63 said...

Happy New Year 2012 !!!!
Myriam :))

Kay said...

You've convinced us to put Russia on our bucket list.

Island Rambles Blog said...

Hi I love the first shot..had to look twice at it ........my first time on Weekend Reflections
and I have put on a party of reflections for
everyone to come and see.

James said...

Awesome reflections! The top one is so cool!
Happy New Year!

Dianne said...

I thought the mirror was a huge tv screen :)
your intrepid photographer is a star