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London, March 2020

One Tree Hill View Point at the Greenwich Park

Prime Meridian, Royal Observatory and Peter Harrison Planetarium

Greenwich Park

National Maritime Museum

Old Royal Naval College

Early cherry blossom at the Kensington Gardens

Royal Albert Hall

Beautiful magnolias

The Albert Memorial

Kensington Palace

Round Pond at Kensington Gardens

Italian Gardens

Peter Pan Statue

Tropical green parakeets can be found in London

Cozy streets of London

Hampstead Heath

Kenwood House

The Brew House

The Dairy at Kenwood

Gwendwr Gardens

Sunset at the Prospekt Hill

The O2 arena

Canary Wharf district on the Isle of Dogs

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Chicago, January 2020

South President’s Court Garden

Seated Lincoln

Jay Pritzker Pavilion and a view from BP Pedestrian Bridge

Frozen Lake Michigan

Field Museum

Icy 12th Street Beach and a flock of migratory geese

Shedd Aquarium

Grant Park

DuSable Bridge

Foggy Jane Addams Memorial Park and Ohio Street Beach

Foggy city

Beautiful Chicago at night

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Merry Christmas and Happy New Year 2020 from Moscow

Beautiful Christmas trees on the streets of Moscow.

Bolshoi theatre looks very festive.

Christmas market on the Manege Square.

New Year performances everywhere on the streets of Moscow.

Christmas market on the Red Square.

New Year lights on Tverskaya Square.

Zaryadye Park

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Ostankino Park

Gingerbread City exhibition at the Moscow Botanical Garden

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Magnificent England

Hastings

Hastings is a town in East Sussex, England, most famous for the Battle of Hastings in 1066. This town is home to the largest beach-launched fleet in Europe, the ruins of the first castle in England to be built by Willian the Conqueror.

Hastings beach Rock-a-Nore.

Hastings Old Town is a charming mix of beautiful houses, narrow streets, museums, fish market.

Hastings Castle located on a cliff top of the West Hill is a great part of English history from 1066 of modern days. The savage storms of the 13th century brought chaos to Hastings, so the large parts of the castle fell into the sea.

Hastings Country Park Nature Reserve.

Hastings Beach.

Rye

Rye, in East Sussex, is one of England’s most beautiful medieval towns, each street of it has a unique style. If you wander along the Mermaid, Watchbell streets and Church Square you will come across houses declaring they were rebuilt and refurbished in 1450.

Rye Harbour is an amazing place for nature lovers and has a rare coastal landscape. This red roofed hut, also known as Gran’s Hut, is one of the most photographed things. It looks simple but eye-catching. The date it was first built is unknown, but was in use from the early 1900’s to store fishing and shrimping equipment.

Battle

The town of Battle is located in the south east of England, best known for being the site of the Battle of Hastings in 1066. Each street of this town or even a small corner or a shop has its own unique style and beauty.

Battle museum of local history is set in walled gardens of Battle’s Almonry. This charity-based and independent museum is solely run by volunteers. The museum has a collection covering 125 million years of history in Battle.

Battle Abbey is a partially ruined abbey which was built on the site of the Battle of Hastings by William the Conqueror and Normans as a penance of killing so many people during their conquest of England. The Abbey is dedicated to St.Martin. Its church was finished in about 1094.

Battlefield is now a peaceful place with the beautiful nature and sheep everywhere.

Bexhill-on-Sea

Bexhill is an ancient seaside town located in the East Sussex.

“And tell me grey seal
How does it feel
To be so wise
To see through eyes
That only see what’s real
Tell me grey seal” (c) Elton John, Bernie Taupin