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Vlad Gerasimov · 7 February 2006
Ded da Baba means something like Grandpa and Grandma in Russian. Photo taken by me, using all the little nice things that have been collected for decorating the house.
australien · long agoweird
hfgun · long agowhattt?
İt is a diffrent working
divya · long agoWow vald its really beautiful and very very touching .It made me smile for a long time.Thank you very much for this excellent pic...Just wow
mavi · long agovery very like my grandparents house, kind of made me sad, cus there not in this funny world no mo.
As · long ago哈哈~！
anna lousia · long agoits nice it gives a very homely feeling
ivan · long agoit is very nice,try to realise other themes from russian culture and mythology
Dhawal Vaghela · long agoNow come on, this can't be a photo! How did you make it look like this?
This is like out of a nursery rhymes book!
Branka · long agoDa, Baba is very militant :D
· long agoÂû âñå-òàêè êóïèëè ãîðøî÷êè?(Y)
Luzma · long agoWOW. It doesn't look like a photo. I thought it was an illustration or a painting. The texture is great. Very nice. (Y)
Vlad Gerasimov · long agoKacenka: the original photo was lighter, but I edited it to make it darker, as I like it more this way. thx.
Kacenka · long agovery very dark, can you lighten them a candle?:-)
nancy · long agoBaba Yaga?
Moo · long agoNot your usual style, but I like it...
The two people are so cute! :)
Cat · long agoLove this, made me smile today - and seeing I've just turned the big 4-0 that's saying something! ;-)
New Neptune · long agoîðèãèíàëüíî (â õîðîøåì ñìûñëå ñëîâà) :-D
ìíå ïîíðàâèëîñü :-)
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Michel · long agonice
mike · long agoone word: wow.
Lena Morozova · 28 December 2009very nice :) reminds me of my grandmother's dacha's kitchen in russia, she has all these pots and beans and rugs and tryapki and it's all warm there
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