The final part of the story about the weekend cruise on "Nekrasov" should be called "Gateways of the Moscow Canal", moving away from Uglich, we fell into the night darkness, which lasted until dawn - right up to the first gateway of the Moscow channel. We will observe consistency in the story. We go back to Moscow! :)
On the morning of the third day of the cruise, I woke up early again and ran to the open decks to look for snow. But on this day of the morning snow was not there. Dark. Only came out of the first gateway of the Moscow Canal. On the decks of no one, "there is no coffee for early birds." What to do? Went hanging out in the cabin. It was light. It's time to take a camera :)
Gateway №2 of the Moscow Canal.
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There is a relatively young (opened in 2007) in Uglich and an interesting hydropower museum. Everyone is good, but one unpleasant detail spoils the whole picture. This part is discrimination of visitors on the basis of the presence of their camera.
I, for example, have poor eyesight and low attention. I'm only in absolute silence, sitting in front of the monitor and looking at photos, I can grasp and realize the details of the image, imbued with the depth and grandeur of the picture. What happens in the museum of hydropower Uglich? And there is the following: for example, visitors wearing glasses or contact lenses, buying a ticket to the museum, quietly inspect the exposition, and no one does not forbid them to do so. No one from the administration is required to acquire the right to inspect museum exhibits using glasses and lenses. But if you just get a camera and start to examine through it a museum exposition (you already have a ticket for inspection), the museum worker immediately runs up and s
To all the Steemians I ponder a simple question... Do
life goals become more difficult to achieve as we become older. The answer may be found in something as simple as
perspective. I found a video about a man named Durge Kami and it got me to thinking....
Perspective is everything, but so is ones attitude. I believe it would be a priveledge to meet this man and look into his eyes. The spark of life resonates strongly and can be seen in the close ups of Durge Kami in the video.
He lives a very simple life but it would be wonderful if Steemit could help him in some small way. (Books/ school supplies...etc). I put it out to the universe and may good fortune find him.
I personally am on my own
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In this internet and communication era, it’s possible to see anywhere in the world, without getting out of the house, with videos, photographs, documentaries, virtual reality devices etc… Nevertheless, it’s always been said, traveling is much more than seeing new places, buildings, squares and it changes you forever in a way like nothing else can… So, actually what is it that makes it so unique and special? I thought about it and I think I’ve found some answers:
When you travel, you see similarities with yourself and your culture, with your nation, the way you look at life. That makes you realize that the things you feel like special to you, actually is not. Traveling breaks that false belief.
And, there are things that you haven’t seen in a different way. Because you haven’t came across those things in a way others than yours, you have the wrong belief of rest of the world is same. Traveling also breaks that wrong belief.
And, I think everyone has his/her own reasons to travel. Let us know w