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After Heavy Snowfall

After Heavy Snowfall

This morning it was just another heavy snowfall in Moscow and, finally, I was able to make several interesting pictures with real winter landscapes during the day with my current client from Indonesia. During the last couple of days the temperature in Moscow raised to zero and the snow which fell before almost started to melt... I remember that yesterday were a lot of water on the roads and very dirty everywhere... Just imagine how I was impressed this morning when glanced out of my window - all the buildings, cars and trees were covered by very thick layer of snow... and I thought, how pity that I have to work today and it could be nice to go out of the city and take some pictures in countryside... But anyway I was lucky today, even the traffic was bad, I found some time to make interesting pictures before meeting with my client and, of course, with him.

This picture I took in the park of Repin (famous Russian artist) on Bolotnaya Embankment. Even behind the nice lamppost you can distinguish the shape of the monument established in this park to this artist. This park is situated on long island opposite the Moscow Kremlin and very close from apartment building where my client at present time rent apartment (tomorrow I have to see him off).

PS: Now is already evening and the tempreture lowered to -4..-5 C and forecast tells on news that to the end of this week it will be very cold again (-20..-22 C)...

With BEST Regards,
Arthur Lookyanov
Private Guide & Personal Driver in Moscow
News from Moscow, Russia
Feb 15th, 2007

Photo taken on 2007-02-15 at 09:40:49

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Allan Armour Allan Armour
From: USA
Date: 2011-09-25 10:59:50

Arthur: The Barker's join me in thanking you for an incredible 4 days with you in Moscow. Your command of the English language, your knowledge and your love for your city and your country was evident. I can not thank you enough for opening our eyes to the sights, sounds and the great food of Moscow. I have told everyone I know that they are missing out in their travels if they do not include Russia in their list of places to visit. Naturally, anyone coming to Moscow will be told how great you are. YOU made out trip so enjoyable we miss you already as a true friend. If any of your prospective clients have any doubts on your capabilities, please ask them to phone me at 212 369 2400 in New York. I would be more than happy to tell them not to look at any other guide but YOU.

Again, my thanks, Allan Armour New York City