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Nordkapp Over Again

By | February 6th, 2017|Categories: Norway, Post cards from..., Winter|Tags: , , , |

We have already told about the journey to the North Cape, Nordkapp in Norwegian. The most northern point of continental Europe is exactly as dramatic as it sounds, but I’m afraid that we didn’t

Taking a Walk in Moscow

By | January 19th, 2017|Categories: Capital, Post cards from..., Russia, Winter|

People are divided into two groups: those, who love, and those who hate Moscow. Everything, but indifference. On one hand it’s a huge (you don’t even imagine how enormous the city is) metropolis filled with possibilities, ever-changing face and a whole world inside, on the other – intimidating, imperial, oppressing, overcrowded, polluted. Depends on what you choose to see and the way to consider everything seen. I like Moscow. But exclusively because somehow it fills me with nostalgia for that large post-soviet pain people feel every day leaning against the doors in a huge underground web. Doors with a clear demand: do not lean against the door. Even if I was born and raised in Ukraine, Moscow gives me a peculiar home longing. A painful but somehow pleasant feeling to be just another person in a huge mass of people. And this feeling is particularly reinforced in winter.

Autumn Walk in Toulouse

By | October 18th, 2016|Categories: France, Post cards from...|

Toulouse is called «la ville rose», which means «pink city». It happened that the white stone normally used as a construction material in France was not the common one in the south of the

Gallery of York Details

By | September 10th, 2016|Categories: expat diary 2, England, Post cards from...|Tags: |

You know, why York is great? Not only because of its obvious charm, but also, because of its… hidden beauty. Hundreds of small fascinating details decorate York streets, but you must be damn attentive

Mini Kyiv: Photo Walk

By | May 4th, 2016|Categories: Capital, Post cards from..., Ukraine|Tags: , |

Tilt Shift effect is the best way to make any place at all look cute and “aaaaawwww”. We were so curious about how it feels to get what you see in “miniature”, that we hired a tilt-shift lens and went to a photo-hunt in Kyiv. By the way, this effect can be easily made with Photoshop or similar software, but it’s much less interesting. :) Not sure, that the result was successful, it’s up to you to tell us!

Stopover in Torshavn, Faroe Islands

By | February 21st, 2016|Categories: Capital, Denmark, Iceland, Post cards from...|Tags: , |

In the previous post we told you about our sad ferry experience… However, there was a shining positive moment: 6 hours in Torshavn. Despite horrible wind, grey sky and non-stopping seasick we were enchanted by this little town and swore to come back, but not by ferry :) So here are several shots of this windy paradise…

Postcards from Estonian winter

By | January 18th, 2016|Categories: Estonia, expat diary 1, Post cards from..., Winter|Tags: , , , , |

We start the series of articles about Estonia, where we spent two happy years, with our most favourite winter sceneries taken in Narva, our town.

25 Photos of Iceland for your Wanderlust

By | January 7th, 2016|Categories: Iceland, Post cards from...|Tags: |

This is the way we saw Iceland and want it to stay in our memories. Enjoy it too!

Iceland Patterns

By | November 25th, 2015|Categories: Iceland, Post cards from...|Tags: |

Here is the proof that Iceland is gorgeous even up to the smallest details.

Venice: Photo Essay

By | November 16th, 2015|Categories: Italy, Post cards from...|Tags: |

What is the best way to explore Venice? Just take your time and get lost. As much and as long as you can, because for us 5 days were not enough. During this stay we visited nothing, no museums, no churches, nothing. The only thing we were doing was just walking. Slowly and in random direction. And that was one of our best travels ever. Ever.