Photographer's Note

Just a quick photo made from the window from a going transsiberian train to send you regards from Irkutsk. I had a great time in transsib. When I told that I plan to go by it alone, in the third class, I heard usually a comment: I wouldn't do it. And why? I enjoyed every minute of it. Very relaxing. You just sit by the window, look at the marvelous landscape, all the time forest with birches, like from Russian paintings. When you want to sleep or just a nap, you can do it any time. There is hot water all the time for a noodle soup or tea, from time to time some stop at the railway station. People very friendly, quiet, I haven't seen anyone drinking vodka. 60 hours 3700 km, passed very fast, I could go the next three days (to Vladivostok).
Almost no tourists.
In the Krasnoiarsk railway station we were at two o'clock in the night (22.00 Moscow time) I went with my camera. I hear: Woman! What are you doing here? - Making some photos. -Why? - To have as a souvenir. - Do you have permission? - Nooo.
I heard this "why are you making photos" many times.

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