Everyone writes about snow, and I will write too.
And now the sun is shining.
This photo illustrates sunny and frosty weather that were in St. Petersburg last week.
It’s also a view to remember the office where I have been working for a little bit more than 2 years. Look out of the window: lots of industrial buildings in the bright sun light, white snow on roofs, smoke/steam from chimneys, and bright blue sky.
Another chapter of life has come to an end.
This is how I’ll remember this place.
Winter has finally come: everything is white, earth is covered with soft snow, branches of trees are covered with fluffy snowflakes. It’s −12°C. The sun is shining. It’s dazzlingly bright outside because the sun light reflects from white snow and white trees. Rarely snowflakes fall from above shimmering in the sun, it feels like fairytale.
Actually it was yesterday, I just couldn’t publish the post earlier.
Today it’s cold, the temperature is about −5°C. On the other hand, the sun is shining, it’s so bright outdoors:
There was the first snow yesterday morning.
At the end of March we went for walk into Lomonosov park… to feed ducks, but I’ll tell later about this. We went to the park along Red Pond, Красный пруд.