This February for the first time ever the double decker train cars appeared on the “number one” Russian rail road route – Moscow to St. Petersburg.
Here in Moscow double decker trains are a novelty and attract a lot of interest on how they are constructed and how they work.
Thanks to cool Russian photographer Dmitry we have a beautiful winter shot of the carriages.
Russian Photographer Katerina Plotnikova created these amazing photographs using real live animals.
Though capturing these images was very dangerous, two professional animal trainers were on site at all times.
Kalyazin Church, also called the “Flooded Belfry,” standing alone in the Uglich Reservoir.
This structure is all that remains of the old town of Kalyazin, which was submerged when a dam was built in in 1939.
Satellite view on Google Maps.
Image Credit: Photograph by Kichigin / Shutterstock
Image Credit: Photograph by Sergey Pesterev,
Special Mention, Land, Sea and Sky.
Sunset on Lake Baikal in Russia, with impressive high ice ridges in the foreground.
Next stop, Siberia!
The strange and beautiful world of Siberian bus stops.
Behind the iron curtain, the roadside was where architects could really let rip … photographer Christopher Herwig has covered more than 30,000 km by bus, bike, car and cab to snap bus stops that show the former Soviet empire’s taste for the future.
All photographs by Christopher Herwig
Russian nature photographer Sergey Makurin has captured these breathtaking photographs of frozen trees in a remote part of Western Russia where the temperature can drop to a chilling -35C.
The stunning shots were taken in the Ural Mountains where Sergey trekked through sub-zero weather to access an area which is extremely isolated with very few human inhabitants for miles around.
Often taken at sunset, the images of bent trees encased in snow and ice make unworldly figures in the beautiful wintry landscape.