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  • #20657479

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657473

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657481

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657480

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657477

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657476

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657478

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657474

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657475

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657469

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657471

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657462

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657470

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657467

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657466

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657468

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657463

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657472

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

  • #20657465

    shared by vicuna on 2015-08-24

    The amazing thing in NY is that you can enjoy some very peaceful and quiet parks before hitting the frenzyness of places like Times Square...

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  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

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  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

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  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

  • Troy (Northkorea #5)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-06-29

    When we went to the victory museum in Pyongyang there was a strict rule, what we were able to photograph and what not. It was quite a treat, that I could make a portrait of our beutiful guide Troy. Normally it's under punishment forbidden to capture military personal, who make up 40% of all employées in the DPRK...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

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  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

    1
  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

    1
  • Triarchy (Northkorea #6)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-02

    There are a few traditions, you have to follow while in Northkorea. When you visit a monument of one of the beloved Kims or of them together, you have to bow and leave a bunch of flowers at its feet. So there is a business of selling flowers about these places (Psst - I have heard, that they collect the flowers afterwards and sell them again - but that's just a rumour...) This monument of them riding is among my favourites...

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  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

    1
  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

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  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...

  • Kreml (Russia #2)

    shared by wil6ka on 2015-07-06

    I came back to Russia after an massive 5 years and visited places, that are dear to me. I lived in Novgorod for more than a year and worked there as a teacher in a Lizey. Of course I had to visit my Alma Mata, but the city is a marble. The oldest town of Russia has an incredible kreml, I love strolling around there at any weather - indulging in the propagandistic monuments of the second world war. Dark clouds add up to the drama, as well as the historic walls and orthodox churches...