Described as a riddle wrapped up in an enigma, Russia is a country full of mystery. The major urban centers are filled with rich cultural artifacts and modern shopping and dining experiences. Moscow is home to the Kremlin, Red Square, and beautiful urban green spaces. St. Petersburg’s many palaces and cathedrals are filled with the history of the czars. In the east, Lake Baikal contains species found nowhere else on Earth. The Black Sea coast was the playground for Soviet apparatchiks. And stretching across it all is the immensity of the Eurasian Steppe. Russia is one place you have to see for yourself.
Spanning nearly two continents and 11 time zones, Russia is country full of wonder and surprise. The Russian Far East and Siberia are synonymous with remoteness, while St. Petersburg’s elegance evokes memories of long lost Czars. Moscow’s Kremlin and St. Basil’s Cathedral are quintessential symbols of this enormous country.
St. Petersburg is the closest Russian city to Europe. It is Finland in the Finnish sea, so the building is more European-oriented, especially the night view of St. Petersburg, which is beautiful!
Tour of the East Pole [camera]. The busiest street in Haba, Muraviev Amurski Street. Obsessed with the small brick house of Russia. 19th century European architecture. The most troublesome thing here is the name. Do you remember that when you went to school, did you have all kinds of Tchaikovsky? ! Do you remember Katyusha on the shores of Daming Lake? If you don't know two drivers, how can you sway Russia? . #### East Pole Tour [Camera]. The busiest street in Haba, Muraviev Amurski Street. Obsessed with the small brick house of Russia. 19th century European architecture. The most troublesome thing here is the name. Do you remember that when you went to school, did you have all kinds of Tchaikovsky? ! Do you remember Katyusha on the shores of Daming Lake? If you don't know two drivers, how can you sway Russia? . ####
On a cloudy day, shooting Dafa - paying for the coloring tutorial
usually travel when you encounter a cloudy day is really mourning!
I am too lazy to take pictures, the sky is not blue, the light is not enough
but every day is like this, you can't take pictures! ?
Traveling is not taking pictures, I really can't do it! !
Later I studied it a bit. If it happens to be a cloudy day, there are a few tips to share with you:
1 wear light clothes (preferably white) to improve the screen exposure / Hh/2 Look for some darker places to take pictures, so that the face will automatically brighten
3 can be shot in the woods, green is very skin color h
4 cloudy days when there is no sun, it is difficult to find which side Which side of the light is backlit, you can take the camera around the camera 360 degrees before taking a photo to see which direction is better and brighter
color software: Afterlight
The world of fairy tales is in front of you, listening to these charming names: Pavlov Castle, St. Nicholas Church, Miniujar Restaurant, Tsaritsino Castle, Petrov Palace, Sparta House, Little White Birch Restaurant...
All the buildings here are not too long, but they all have just the right mottled and historical sense. After staying there for a long time, this town is really a feeling of height and height, and the wind is very comfortable. Then I went on and saw a clock tower. I saw that someone walked in and I climbed up. When I was halfway, I regretted it because it was as high as a dozen or so floors. In the end, there was really a clock, and there was more than one. When it came down, it was still ringing, and it was amazing. There is a lot of pigeon dung in the
clock tower, and a dead pigeon is seen downstairs. There is also an inexplicable sadness to be produced, but I can't be sad, I have to move on. The next one is Miyagi, surrounded by red walls. There is no need for tickets, but it is also a beautiful vegetable garden and cafe.
After passing the Manzhouli port, this small town called Boja, re-starting at 5:30, we are going to a nearby lake, a lake at the junction of China, Mongolia and Russia. Because the shape is very similar to the scorpion, the locals call it the scorpion. lake. From
to early June, we were in a very high latitude, so the sunset was very very late. On the road, I met a pony group. The mane gleamed under the sun, it was really dreamy.
In order to reach the lake, we need to drive the car to the grass... The result is just entering the grass, the tires will burst! Hahaha travel is to have these unexpected things, why not say that it is a surprise?
When the driver is repairing the tires, we are of course taking pictures in the sun. Under the golden sun, the grassland is shining, even if it is a very simple background, it is beautifully photographed.
The distance is the lake, there is a bright light in the sunset. After the tires were repaired, they ran all the way to the lake, but in the end we did not reach the lake, and greeted the last red sunset on the nearby grasshoppers. This is the first sunset we watched in Russia.
Today will be our last day of entering Lake Baikal, the goal of Ulan-Ude!
There are often small flowers of various colors on the road. Sometimes there will be a large piece. The girls in the car have been unable to hold back and have asked to get off the camera. When it comes to the Russian border, the plants have gradually become different from Hulunbeier. This small flower has never been seen before, and it is matched with the white birch forest behind it, like a light landscape painting.
The road also saw the train passing through the forest and the river. The more you go to the west, the better the Russian girl will be seen. The girl in the restaurant canteen has the feeling of Belarus.
Russia is really sparsely populated. I really can't see anyone in the process of self-driving. Sometimes I pass by a village but I can't see it alone. When passing this lovely little village, the big brother of Hongyang said that many people in this village sell honey, so they privately called this honey town. We swayed in the town to find a small shop to sell honey. After buying honey, you can take photos on the fun zebra crossing.
The Big Baikal Trail is a volunteer program. In 2003, a small group of enthusiasts began to build the Baikal Trail. At present, the trail has been built 540 kilometers. Although his 2,000-kilometer-long lake trail is still far from his ultimate goal, his attraction has been increasing day by day. Volunteers continue to participate in the construction of the trail every year.
The time we are going on a walk from Listvyanka, the end is Bolshie koty, about 25 kilometers. This section is beautiful, medium in difficulty, and both are towns, so it is ideal for hiking.
The fall of Lake Baikal is quite beautiful, the forest is like a knocked palette, red yellow green, and the blue sky is like a background board. On the other side is the deep Lake Baikal. Walking on such a road is really a pleasure.
#tripawayrussia is such a beautiful and interesting place. Even the railway station in Moscow is magnificent. It is worth a trip to Murmansk to see the northern lights.