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farm scenes, kids and animals - gorgeous photos from Russia

 
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Just stunning shots with plays on light, nature, and the gorgeousness inherent in so many things - including natural fibers and earthy, homestead-style settings.









See Elena Shumilova's flickr collection - just stunning!
 
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WOW Beautiful - I love looking at snow, it's so lovely. And I'm forever grateful that I don't LIVE where it snows. Doesn't stop my appreciation for those that do and love it! Hats off (or maybe "hats on"?) to you!
 
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Thanks Jennifer! I think snow and ice are beautiful, too. And art like these photos helps remind me to find joy and soulfulness in places where I might not always recognize it.
 
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These could almost be a similar genre - kids, animals, natural surroundings.

Alan Laboile Photographies La famille.



 
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