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Photoalbum of Stanislav

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Here you can find some photographs of me in different periods of life. It is not easy to distinguish between photos with me alone and those with my family and friends. However, here I am presented, though in my life I am rather a photograher than a photo object.

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2021.07.12 Standing by the panoramic windows of the “Floor 41” restaurant  of Peter's skyscraper “Leader Tower”, a waist-high view of me and Saint Petersburg from the height of 150 meters.
2021.07.12 Standing by the panoramic windows of the “Floor 41” restaurant  of Peter's skyscraper “Leader Tower”, a full-length view of me and Saint Petersburg from the height of 150 meters.
2021.07.12 In the “Floor 41” restaurant of Peter's skyscraper “Leader Tower”, a view of me and Saint Petersburg from the height of 150 meters, straight and from the top.
2021.07.12 In the “Floor 41” restaurant of Peter's skyscraper “Leader Tower”, a view of me and Saint Petersburg from the height of 150 meters, straight.
2021.07.12 In the “Floor 41” restaurant of Peter's skyscraper “Leader Tower”, a view of me and Saint Petersburg from the height of 150 meters, from the left.
2021.07.12 On the Pochtamtsky Bridge over the Moika, infamous by the case of SPbU's associate professor Oleg Sokolov, but let it be better known as the only chain (hanging) bridge in Saint Petersburg.
2021.07.12 On Bolshaya Morskaya Street in Saint Petersburg near its University of Aerospace Instrumentation with a view of Saint Isaac's Cathedral.
2021.07.12 On 1 of 2 decorative (and once, perhaps, practical) anchors at the southern end of the Central Naval Museum, on Bolshaya Morskaya Street, directly opposite the Kiss Bridge.
2021.07.12 In (more precisely, on, since it is an island) New Holland but against the background (via the Kryukov Canal) of the Emperor Peter the Great Central Naval Museum.
2021.07.12 From the inside of the northern Timber Warehouse (a warehouse for drying timber standing) of New Holland.
2021.07.12 When you have no stage fright at all, it can be all yours, even in New Holland. 🦤
2021.07.12 I have fulfilled the request and sat down next to him (her?). 😊
2021.07.12 At the entrance to the “beach” of New Holland on the square (!) island in the middle of its concrete-encased pond.
2021.07.12 Against the background of “Noah's Ark” under construction in New Holland.
2021.07.12 For those who did not know or forgot, I inform or remind you: New Holland is an island in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
2021.07.12 I continue to study the New Holland's technologies of separate garbage collection and its storage so that it does not stink all over the street and even more does not scatter in the wind.
2021.07.12 At a fence enclosing some technical elements of New Holland.
2021.07.12 I am studying the New Holland's technologies of storing garbage so that it does not stink all over the street and even more does not scatter in the wind.
2021.07.12 On one of the alleys of New Holland – well shady for the heat of Saint Petersburg but bad for photography.
2021.07.11 Find a Vladimirer on the background of the Cathedral of the Vladimir Icon of the Mother of God in Kronstadt! 😉
2021.07.11 A Vladimirer at the house #32 on Vladimirskaya Street 😊 in Kronstadt.
2021.07.11 A Vladimirer at the house #47 on Vladimirskaya Street 😊 in Kronstadt.
2021.07.11 At not the main entrance to the Kronstadt Dock Admiralty of Emperor Peter I but with its huge anchor.
2021.07.11 While I am photographing “the house with long legs”, my companion and guide is photographing me. 😊
2021.07.11 On Communist Street of Kronstadt, between houses #3 and 5.
2021.07.11 On Communist Street of Kronstadt, at house #3.
2021.07.11 At the entrance to Petrovsky Dock (1752) in full growth.
2021.07.11 At the entrance to Petrovsky Dock (1752) in half growth.
2021.07.11 I am not shooting my ships but just behind the (now decorative) noon gun on the embankment of Petrovsky Park.
2021.07.11 On the observation deck of Petrovsky Park with some kind of vase and a view of the ships in the port of the Middle Harbor, sitting.
2021.07.11 On the observation deck of Petrovsky Park with some kind of vase and a view of the ships in the port of the Middle Harbor, standing.
2021.07.11 A high kick (actually an imitation of it) of a soft soccer ball by a flowerbed.
2021.07.11 A low kick (actually an imitation of) towards a “football” flowerbed (which is also an imitation of a soccer ball).
2021.07.11 Why exactly the stone embodies the radio invented by Popov, is unclear. 🤔
2021.07.11 Me and the “Rhapsody 2” ship in one of Kronstadt's ports in front of a very bright sun. 😎
2021.07.11 The chapel “The Savior on Waters” (in Kronstadt) sounds much nicer than “The Savior on Blood” 😯 (in Saint Petersburg), and this is the first chapel for me that is surrounded by anchors.
2021.07.11 Once I lived in a military town where all (!) streets were called “Leningradskaya” 😯 but a street with that name almost in Leningrad (okay, in Kronstadt) is more fun. 😊
2021.07.11 With the next handicrafts made of scrap metal: a mosquito, a scarab beetle and… an ostrich?.. 🤔
2021.07.11 This is how, according to the participants of the international ecological arts festival “KronFest”, “Globalization” looks like.
2021.07.11 Does it seems to me, or was there really some kind of animation movie in which a big fish (here made of wooden junk) dragged a ship (here made of scrap metal)?.. 🤔
2021.07.11 With a horse made of wooden junk of such a size that it could be the wooden Trojan one.
2021.07.11 Not “Crocodile Dundee” but rather a “crocodile hunter”, and quite fearless – the jaws of the crocodile are steel, made of scrap metal. 😁
2021.07.11 Archimedes, even being made of scrap metal, still shouts in his bathroom, “Eureka!” 😊
2021.07.11 At the exhibition of handicrafts made of found at a scrapyard I saddled something like a dragon but for some reason with one robot-like head. 🤔
2021.07.11 With children's drawings of the international ecological art festival “KronFest”.
2021.07.11 With the “Hourglass” composition made of scrap metal and cobblestones playing the role of sand grains. 😁
2021.07.11 With the “old lady” made of scrap metal, who was at the left and without me in the previous photograph of the Kronstadt street exhibition.
2021.07.11 With one more couple of exhibits of a street exhibition of scrap metal handicrafts in Kronstadt, first of all, with the sign of Shambhala, or the “Eye of Providence” of Freemasons.
2021.07.11 This is me not at some scrap yard (with scrap metal) but with the 2 first exhibits of a street exhibition of handicrafts made of this (primarily scrap metal) in Kronstadt.
2021.07.11 With the Kronstadt sundial that is 1 hour behind.
2021.07.11 Young water carriers of Kronstadt. 😊
2021.07.11 On the porch of the Museum of the History of Kronstadt like a usual tourist. 😁
2021.07.11 On the porch of the Museum of the History of Kronstadt like a diver. 😁
2021.07.11 Next to the Kronstadt city water supply tower (1837 – 1839) that is too solemn for a water tower.
2021.07.11 At the memorial plaque at 31 Ammerman Street in Kronstadt, where the inventor of the radio Alexander Popov lived.
2021.07.11 On a broken-down observation deck at the dock basin in Kronstadt, but with a beautiful summer view of the Naval Cathedral.
2021.07.11 With the blazon (?) of Kronstadt on the reverse side of the giant street (!) panel (painting?) “Triumph of the Russian Fleet”.
2021.07.11 The street (!) panel (painting?) “Triumph of the Russian Fleet” in Kronstadt (in memory of the 1st naval parade of the Baltic Fleet there on August 11, 1723) is so big that it does not fit into the frame.
2021.07.11 At the monument to Admiral Fedor Ushakov against the background of the Naval Cathedral in Kronstadt.
2021.07.11 Inside the Naval Cathedral of Kronstadt against the background of 3 of the many memorial plaques with the names of died sailors.
2021.07.11 On an anchor at the monument to Admiral Stepan Osipovich Makarov.
2021.07.11 Against the background of the Naval Cathedral in Kronstadt, a different angle, from the iron pavement.
2021.07.11 I am not Ivan Tambasov but behind the 2-gun installation (taken from the “October Revolution” battleship) of this heroic petty officer, knight of the Order of the Red Banner (1943).
2021.07.11 Against the background of the Naval Cathedral in Kronstadt, also known as the Naval St. Nicholas Cathedral, the Naval Cathedral of St. Nicholas the Wonderworker or the Stavropigial St. Nicholas Naval Cathedral.
2021.07.11 I loved Kronstadt not for the nondescript Kronstadt Youth Palace (behind my back) – it was just that it had this installation. 😊
2021.07.11 At the monument to the Baltic submariners in the form of a part of the submarine S-156 “Komsomolets of Kazakhstan”.
2021.07.11 On rocks (breakwaters?) at the “Lakhta Center” tower.
2021.07.11 In the summer park of the 300th Anniversary of Saint Petersburg against the background of the “Lakhta Center” tower.
2021.07.11 After swimming by the studio of the “Match!” TV channel.
2021.07.11 After swimming in the Neva Bay of the Gulf of Finland against the background of the pedestrian Yacht Bridge and the “GazProm Arena” stadium.
2021.07.11 Swimming in the Neva Bay of the Gulf of Finland against the background of the “GazProm Arena” stadium and the Western High-Speed Diameter.
2021.07.11 Next to the “football” studio of the “Match TV” channel there was a completely ugly fence. 🤦
2021.07.11 Against the background of the beach (on the left, a little), the “football” studio of “Match TV” (on the left in the distance), the “Lakhta Center” tower (on the right in the distance) and the “PeterLand” mall (on the right).
2021.07.11 Against the background of the beach (on the left, less), the “football” studio of “Match TV” (on the left in the distance), the “Lakhta Center” tower (on the right in the distance) and the “PeterLand” mall (on the right).
2021.07.11 Against the background of the beach (on the left, a lot), the “football” studio of “Match TV” (on the left in the distance), the “Lakhta Center” tower (on the right in the distance) and the “PeterLand” mall (on the right).
2021.07.11 On the Yacht Bridge with the “Lakhta Center” and the “football” studio of the “Match TV” channel in the background.
2021.07.11 On the pedestrian Yacht Bridge with the “Lakhta Center” tower in the background.
2021.07.11 On the pedestrian Yacht Bridge with the “GazProm Arena” stadium and the Carillon in the background.
2021.07.11 Against the background of the grandiose “GazProm Arena” stadium, which I would rather call “Saint Petersburg”. 😛
2021.07.11 In a prison enclosure for football fans who decided to attend a match at the “Saint Petersburg” stadium.
2021.07.11 With the barely fit (vertically) flag of the “Zenit” football club at its home stadium “Saint Petersburg”.
2021.07.11 Sitting on a border curb of the Neva Bay embankment against the background of the Lakhta Center.
2021.07.11 Against the background of the “Saint Petersburg” stadium  (also known as “GazProm Arena” by the name of the sponsor or “Zenit Arena” by the name of the football club for which this stadium is home).
2021.07.11 Sitting on a border curb of the Neva Bay embankment against the background of the “football” studio of the “Match TV” channel, a sail and…
2021.07.11 Sitting on a border curb of the Neva Bay embankment against the background of the “football” studio of the “Match TV” channel and a piece of the Lakhta Center.
2021.07.11 Sitting on a border curb of the Neva Bay embankment against the background of… could not choose between the curvaceous girls on the other side…
2021.07.11 Sitting on a border curb of the Neva Bay embankment against the background of… could not choose between the flexible girl on the one side…
2021.07.11 Sitting on a border curb of the Neva Bay embankment against the background of the Lakhta Center and the “football” studio of the “Match TV” channel.
2021.07.11 Against the background of the fence 🤦 surrounding the “Saint Petersburg” stadium and the Carillon on Krestovsky Island.
2021.07.11 Sitting on a border curb of the Neva Bay embankment against the background of the Lakhta Center.
2021.07.11 Squinting in the sun very much but against the background of the “football” studio of the “Match TV” channel next to the “Saint Petersburg” stadium.
2021.07.11 The giant “cardboard” soccer ball by the “Saint Petersburg” stadium, Sisyphean labor. 💪
2021.07.11 The giant “cardboard” soccer ball by the “Saint Petersburg” stadium, embrace the immensity. 🤗
2021.07.11 The giant “cardboard” soccer ball by the “Saint Petersburg” stadium, an attempt to kick. 😁
2021.07.11 At Saint Petersburg's “Zenit” metro station with the cups of the football club of the same name, the last view.
2021.07.11 At Saint Petersburg's “Zenit” metro station with the cups of the football club of the same name, a view to the platform.
2021.07.11 At Saint Petersburg's “Zenit” metro station with the cups of the football club of the same name, a diagonal view from the left.
2021.07.11 At Saint Petersburg's “Zenit” metro station with the cups of the football club of the same name, a diagonal view from the right.
2021.07.11 At Saint Petersburg's “Zenit” metro station with the cups of the football club of the same name, a straight view.
2021.07.11 A selfie in the Saint Petersburg's metro. ✔️ Although there are no differences from Moscow one on it.
2021.07.11 On Moskovsky Avenue with the Moscow Triumphal Gate but in Saint Petersburg. 😊
2021.07.11 The “Grand Maquette of Russia” is so “grand” that it is very difficult to fit into the frame with its main street sign.
2021.07.11 Usually I do not buy photographs taken by professional photographers of any attractions but here I made an exception… for a magnet with me the beloved. 🙈
2021.07.11 The first full-fledged photograph (not a selfie) with the Grand Maquette of Russia.
2021.07.11 A horizontal selfie with the Grand Maquette of Russia.
2021.07.11 The first selfie with the Grand Maquette of Russia.
2021.07.11 Saint Petersburg's “Pulkovo” airport is labeled in English at the side of those coming to it, while at the side of those leaving it is in Russian.
2021.07.11 It was necessary to get acquainted with Saint Petersburg's “Pulkovo” international airport one day.
2021.07.10 Against the background of a sunset on a pond of Saint Petersburg's “Novoznamenka” park.
2021.07.10 In the triangle of tram tracks at the terminus of tram #60 “LEMP”.
2021.07.10 It is not only the “Lakhta Center” tower that is slim here. 😉
2021.07.10 I am smiling against the background of the Matis Canal going into the distance.
2021.07.10 I am drinking water as if not paying attention to the Matis Canal going into the distance.
2021.07.10 The Nth return to St. Petersburg but now “Zenit” means something to me. 😊
2021.07.07 Videographer of children's football (me) at work… in the field. 😊
2021.06.04 Everyone has a selfie in a toilet 😁 – now I will have it too. 😊
2021.06.03 In the presentation hall of the Vladimir Bakery after a tour of its production.
2021.05.26 How I trained my finger strength in football, side view, size 5 ball.
2021.05.26 How I trained my finger strength in football, top view.
2021.05.23 On self-made stilts while visiting my best friend and classmate Nikolay.
2021.05.23 Against the background of a pond and a music pavilion in the Khrapovitsky estate (in the village of Muromtsevo, Sudogodsky district, Vladimir region, Russia).
2021.05.23 In the courtyard of the main building of the estate (castle) of Khrapovitsky (in the Muromtsevo village, Sudogodsky district, Vladimir region, Russia).
2021.05.23 A view of the ruined Khrapovitsky castle (in the Muromtsevo village, Sudogodsky district, Vladimir region, Russia) from the balcony for compassionate onlookers.
2021.05.23 With the barely fitting into the lens but badly ruined Khrapovitsky castle (in the Muromtsevo village, Sudogodsky district, Vladimir region, Russia).
2021.05.23 Against the background of the household and farm (!) buildings of the Khrapovitsky estate (in the Muromtsevo village, Sudogodsky district, Vladimir region, Russia).
2021.05.23 The dacha worker has prepared a site for moving a children's house.
2021.05.16 At a MiG-15UTI fighter jet – the same model on which Gagarin and Seregin crashed – not far from the site of their plane crash.
2021.05.16 At the base of the shamefully unfinished pedestal in memory of Gagarin and Seregin who flew into the sky.
2021.05.16 At the central stele of the memorial at the site of the deaths of Yury Gagarin and Vladimir Seregin.
2021.05.16 At one of the monuments to Yuri Gagarin and Vladimir Seregin, in the form of a star of the heroes (of the Soviet Union).
2021.05.16 At one of the monuments to Yuri Gagarin and Vladimir Seregin, in the form of an airplane keel (they died in a plane crash), a close-up.
2021.05.16 At one of the monuments to Yuri Gagarin and Vladimir Seregin, in the form of an airplane keel (they died in a plane crash), a wide shot.
2021.05.16 At the turn to the Memorial of Yuri Gagarin and Vladimir Seregin at the place of their death in a plane crash in the Pokrovsky district of the Vladimir region.
2021.05.16 At the entrance to the city of Pokrov, Vladimir region, Russia, from the north.
2021.05.07 When protection from coronavirus by a surgical mask seems insufficient… 😁
2021.04.13 Opened the cycling season 2021 by riding to my office.
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