So bright, so warm, so fragrant. Wildflower meadows, bright nights, fresh strawberries. June in Russia is absolutely glorious.
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Russian Landscape throughout the Year
(because I finally lugged my lappy to the wifi cafe in Crimea)
16 thoughts on “RUSSIAN SUMMER IN RUSSIAN ART – June”
Number one and four get my vote 🙂
I’m partial to four myself. It’s so light!
Yeah, number one for me – and I like the old lady too 🙂
Glad you sobered up enough to post!
HA – it was already saved in drafts before I left, I just sobered up enough to lug my heavy-ass old lappy to the wifi cafe.
My goal is 24 posts for July, all on Crimea and pretty much all already written!
Wow, you’ve done well! 🙂
I like number two and the last one best – makes me feel like a nice walk in the country 🙂
The second one is my favorite – per usual, when a line up includes Shishkin 🙂
I love number 1 and I think I am going with number 2 for my second choice because that is the sort of spot I would seek out as a child.
#2 is very dacha-esque for me as well 🙂
I love the one with the women walking. One of my favorite pastimes was walking to the Emporium with my grandma.
I want THIS kind of dacha. With my grandma.
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