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- 72Campbell, Sandy
- 2Alberta Aviation Museum
- 1Falkholt, Carolina (Painter and Graffiti Artist)
- 1Lam, Jen
- 1Mikko Virkkula, Sculptor
- 1Sokolov, Pavel (sculptor)
- 23Russia, St. Petersburg
- 14September, 2016
- 4Architectural decoration - Polar Regions
- 4Metal architectural decoration
- 3Cast Iron
In mid-September in St. Petersburg, horse chestnuts were falling from the trees and breaking open on the ground. The women in the park were gathering the chestnuts to give to children as to be used in games.
This two -wheeled self-balancing scooter was being ridden by a young boy on a sidewalk in St. Petersburg Russia. The LED lights in the fenders changed colour.
This street sweeper was the second of three implements traveling on a street in St. Petersburg, Russia in September 2016.
Lecture theatre building and maple tree at the Mikhailovskaya Dacha Campus of Saint Petersburg UniversityDownload
The Mikhailovskaya Dacha Campus of Saint Petersburg University is about 25 km down the bay from downtown St. Petersburg. It came into operation in 2015. The conference hall seats about 450 and has simulataneous translation facilities. University of the Arctic held its Council Meeting her in...
In St. Petersburg, many street-level windows on businesses and apartments have decorative metal security grilles. This one is a sunburst pattern that extends over two sections, covering the window opening. The sunburst begins with an arc in the lower right of the right section. Metal rods...
The Santa Claus Forest near Rovaniemi, Finland is a large tract of land with trails criss-crossing through it. Traffic signs such as this one alert snow machine drivers to intersections of trails.
This curb cut in a sidewalk at ta crosswalk in St. Petersburg was under repair in September 2016. The combination of frequent freezing and thawing of water trapped around the bricks, combined with the heavy traffic of a crosswalk, causes the bricks to heave, shift and deteriorate. Concrete and...
This large bay in the middle of Helsinki is a large park area surrounded by cultural attractions. Across the bay behind the fountain is the Cafe Sininen Huvila (Blue Villa Cafe). The tower behind is the Kallio Church or Kallion Kirrko.