Imagine looking over the Sea of Japan from your office window. For Natie, author of Living on the edge of Russia it’s an everyday reality. She lives in from Vladivostok – where Russia meets Asia. Natie’s blog hasn’t been updated recently, but shows some interesting photos of everyday life from this part of the world.
“We still have trams and it could be so interesting and (somehow) beautiful inside.”
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2 comments for “Images from the edge of Russia”
Wow! That’s cool that you liked my pictures. I’ll try to post more:) I guess winter time can be quite interesting as well.
BTW I see only squares instead of photos. Don’t know if it’s my problem…
Hi Natie. Yes please do post more! We’d love to see it.
You’re right the photos aren’t working here, thanks for pointing it out. We upgraded the site recently and I think they got lost. I will put them again.