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Introducing Siberian wooden houses photo project!

{23 July 2008}

Siberian wooden houses website: http://www.vladstudio.com/siberianwoodenhouses/

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Comments {15}

Bun&glasses 23 July 2008
They are definetely beautiful, and the decay seems to add some mysterious air - I do like the photos. But I imagine they are quite cold in winter, aren't they? Anyway, thanks for the idea to make photos!

mark 23 July 2008
These are beautiful.

lisa 23 July 2008
just beautiful

Raquel 26 July 2008
These are wonderful photos, and I admire your efforts to preserve these houses in images; I can't imagine anyone building like this anymore so I'm so glad that you took the time and care to do this, like documenting history.

dion 4 August 2008
Vlad, you are also a fine photographer, not only an artist in designing great desktop wallpapers! Congrats on this excellent Siberian wooden houses series! And yes, I've already placed your August Siberians wallpaper with calendar on my desktop from Smashing Magazine website. It looks... smashing! :)

saseds 13 September 2008
mihut : ce site najpa:>:P>:P

VladFan 17 September 2008
Wow! I really like your pictures! You are NOT an ameteur photographer, anymore! *grin* Congratulations! :)

AngelA 23 July 2008
I *love* the carved wooden details on some of these. Wow. And I love the effect/contrasting that makes some of them look almost cartoony. Fabulous photos--thanks!

Leti 23 July 2008
Awesome houses!!! ... I’m Venezuelan and we don’t have wooden houses (even in the past)... your photos are really impressive... thank you for sharing them with us :)

maxim shevertalov 24 July 2008
Very nice. I especially like the color on some. The detail work is gorgeous.

woo 1 August 2008
very nice, but why does it all have so weird colors ?

Carl 1 August 2008
Vlad I think you could do a similar thing for buildings in Japan. It's a shame those wooden houses are being left to decay.

Chris 8 August 2008
I lived in Ulan Ude for a couple months and spent a weekend in Irkutsk; thanks for posting these... they remind me of that beautiful place.

shaggy_0_o 13 September 2008
Bistosh!!!;)

Bora Adašević 3 November 2008
Vlad, Vi ste veoma pametan čovek! I, nadasve, talentovan! Primite moje iskrene čestitke!

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