Thursday, October 11, 2012

Behind the scenes. За кулисами

My husband has documented how I take pictures :).
Муж заснял меня, фотографирующую то и сё :).

That's what I shot.
Вот что я сняла.

Working.
За работой.

The result.
Результат.

More photos from that place:
Ещё фотки оттуда можно глянуть в этом посте:






12 comments:

  1. Ах, какая шикарная осень! А у нас осень отказывается наступать... сегодня опять весь день ходила в легких летних штанах, майке и босоножках :) И это середина октября!

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    1. Я уже гуляю в свитере и пальто, шарфе, перчатках... :) Но я как раз обожаю шарфы, так что я непротив.

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  2. This is even better than the post on your Finland blog, because this one has ... a horse! :D

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    1. :D Well, I featured most horse photos in the Villa Elfvik post, but I couldn't resist posting one more, so I put it here. Can you blame me? :)

      By the way, the other day we visited stables in Helsinki, and there were five super friendly horses, I was so hyper-happy (^.^) Although one of them tried to bite me o_O I think I smelled of bread.

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    2. No, you smelled like a vegetarian: full of carrots and apples! :D

      Actually, seriously now, horse bites can be very painful. Silly things. Oh, and once a horse broke my big toe because he stood on it. And stood. And stood. Hmph.

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    3. :DD

      We just had falafel with bread before visiting horses. Who doesn't like falafel, huh? :D

      The horse that tried to bite me later started biting the horse in another pen. They ran around the fence, made loud noises, showing off :D I'll post the photos to my Finland blog, eventually. I'm so behind everything.

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  3. Катюша, интересные и красивые фотографии.

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  4. I love the bush of tall reeds! Nice walk under the clear sky and good capture of the scenery which are really soothing.

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    1. Thank you! Even though the place is popular, it's still very quiet there somehow.

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  5. The reed look like tall goldenrod. The flower is yellow? The way dragonflies take a rest is interesting. They seem to keep a proper distance from one another.
    It looks like autumn is getting deeper.

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    1. Hi, cosmos!

      I had to Google a little. Seems this plant is called Phragmites (Common reed). It can grow 3-4 m tall, though part of it is under water. I've never seen it bloom.

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