Friday, October 24, 2008

In Siberia












Siberia, Lake Baikal and the Buryat Republic

12 comments:

Oklahoma Farmgirl said...

WOW!! Beautiful & awe-inspiring as always. Have a beautifully, wonderfully blessed weekend. Travel safe!!


Blessed be...

Mary said...

Where did you find those beautiful postcards?

I wonder if Siberia is as quiet and solemn as your beautiful photos portray.

Travel safely, Tim.

P. Ollig said...

More gorgeous photos of another "magical" place. Reminds me a bit of my seven years in Alaska, which possesses a similar essence of mystery and complete wildness.

Where in Siberia are you? Is that Lake Baikal?

Lana Gramlich said...

Very nice, as usual! You help me feel well-traveled, even if I don't get out much these days. *L*

zeladoniac said...

The fishing boat looks like a watercolor by Winslow Homer- lovely!

Lak said...

ooh ... Siberia! As gorgeous as my imagination of it. Thanks for sharing the photographs.

Anonymous said...

Every picture tells a story. Sometimes I look at your work and am inspired to write a story around one of your images. These ones in particular, have stirred me. Always a treat to visit you!

sulustu said...

Oh man! I can hardly wait to hear about your most recent adventure to Siberia.

kjpweb said...

You got to be kidding! Now your roam Siberia? Cool! Absolutely love the first image!
Cheers, Klaus

Kathiesbirds said...

You sure do get around! I read about Lake Baikal with one of our first computer Encyclopedias, Microsoft Encarta. What an amazing lake. Your photos are dizzying and dazzling all at once, but just to make sure, you really made me dizzy with those last few! With all the travelling you do,I imagine you must feel like that at times.

Julie Zickefoose said...

Who goes to Siberia? Who goes to Albania? Tim does, and he takes us with him. I LOVE YOU!!!

ps. I think that beautiful woman should lose the lipstick. She doesn't need it.

ehunter said...

Your photos carry a lot of feeling in them. I love the photo of the fish (omul?) hanging from that rafter.

Great blog!

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