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Red Square and The Kremlin

Today was a day of exploring as much as we were allowed with out getting told off by the guards in Kremlin and Red Square.

Morris, the new person who arrived in the hostel last night, and I walking the 20 mins to Red Square and wondered at how brilliant it looked.

When every thing opened we went and looked around inside, but were marshalled with strict parameters of where we could and could not go. This did not take away much from the amazing views we saw.

Please check out the photo above by clicking to open the gallery.

By Mark

The areas of life I am most interested in are great design, the golden ratio, minimalism, Pareidolia (faces in everyday objects), micro living and finally I will be searching for remarkable human beings who use the power of their mind to achieve amazing effects.

2 replies on “Red Square and The Kremlin”

Hey, looking great, however, I’m waiting for a different yoga asana at each placeā€¦..:0) ! Enjoy your moments Jayne x

Funny you say that. When I was walking back from the Red Square a lady passed me with a Yoga mat under her arm. I turned round to ask her if I could join her at her class but I had lost her in the crowds.

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