The weather was meticulously balancing on the edge of “Just About To Rain” all morning. But the very moment we’ve packed up and started the car, the clouds were gone. Thanks for dramatic backdrop, Mother Nature!
Today it’s sunny with thunder clouds. Chilly and pretty windy, but once you’ve found cover from the wind, it’s very warm. Red leaves, green grass. Green leaves, yellow grass.
Must’ve something to do with the season.
Tonight I was supposed to be drinking beer with a friend from California, but he’s got stuck in FRA. Oh well, no beer today… The bottle stands for lorn, a symbol of the dawn.
Decided to do a quick test of my current handholding abilities in low temperatures, as tonight the
Crossing the intersection I’ve noticed how beautiful the light is… Got stuck between the lanes as a result :)
This is the busiest street in Minsk, photographed during rush hour. Bumper to bumper traffic, huge crowds of pedestrians… First, I made it all go away. Then brought back a few ghosts. And a yellow bus. Everything looks better with yellow bus.
You have no idea how happy I am to finally see some clouds!
…And Margaret, of course :)
Lots of starlings in the area lately. Amazing murmurations at the sunset, flash-mobs of hundreds of tails and beaks in a daytime.
Today I’ve been doing mini-sessions all over the historical center of Minsk. The weather was really kaleidoscopic: one minute we had a blazing Sun and totally clear skies, then feathery clouds, then simultaneously all sorts of cloud formations from the meteorology book (even “incompatible” ones), then everything gone dark, then