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Taken by romson with a Fujifilm Tiara II loaded with Kodak Color Plus 200 (35mm) film. This tag describes this photo: fujifilm tiara ii. This photo can also be found in the album Fujifilm Tiara II test.

8 comments

  1. cotonohacafe

    cotonohacafe

    beautiful☆

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  2. romson

    romson

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  3. milancekic

    milancekic

    Lovely shot! Belaya beryoza pod moyim oknom.... :) i like it very much!

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  4. romson

    romson

    @milancekic: Thank you very much!
    Are you taught this poem in elementary school?

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  5. milancekic

    milancekic

    Sure I did, and love it very, very much... as well as other beautifull poetry of great Esenin....

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  6. romson

    romson

    @milancekic: That's surprise for me. I mean, nothing strange that you love beautiful poetry of Esenin :) Surprise that his poetry are studying in other countries. Frankly, I don't even think about what's possible. Silly me!

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  7. milancekic

    milancekic

    Well, I used to live in Yugoslavia, a country between East and West cultures...we studied (and still do!) Esenin, Dostoyevskiy, Sholohow, Mayakovskiy, Tolstoy and many other important russian authors, both in our native languages (Croatian, Bosnian, Serbian, Macedonian, Slovenian) and some of us even in Russian (I learned it for 12 years, still read and understand it very well, although unfortunately Im not a very good speaker, havent practicing for almost 10 years :(().... youre a citizen of a great country, with great authors and scientists (not to mention film artists, Kuleshov, Eisenstein, Vertov and other important figures), and Im very proud to know it pretty well and to respect that marvelous culture....
    Cheers, my friend! :)

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  8. romson

    romson

    @milancekic: As for me, I don't like Tolstoy, I just can't tell he was a good writer. But who is he, and who is me? :) However. Dostoyevskiy, Sholohow, Mayakovskiy, Tolstoy - I can understand it. But Kuleshov? Ого! What can I say? Just take a role of Captain Obvious: you know Russian culture much better then most of modern russians. And not only young russians... About Lev Kuleshov, I can hardly point 8 people, known by me in person, who can tell who it was. 3 of them was my students, so they know about Kuleshov from me :)

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