62 thoughts on “Sunrise over the ocean

    1. vovazinger Post author

      I think because it’s just the beginning of the day and nothing has happened yet and there are a lot of hopes and expectations.Thank you.

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  1. ANKITA

    It looks like sir you are really attached to nature.. You really love to share all these photos.. It is actually i like all these post.. This one even is so charming..

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thanks a lot. I can’t find any reason not to love nature to reach out to it. There is so much beauty here that it is even impossible to imagine how all this can be seen.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Thank you very much. Sunset and sunrise always amaze me with their colors. I can’t stop admiring them.

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    1. vovazinger Post author

      Many thanks. Your spiritual support means a lot to them. But now they also need real help in the form of both humanitarian aid and weapons. They are very brave, but they need as much weapons as possible to fight such a powerful aggressor as Russia.

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      1. vovazinger Post author

        As far as I understand, we are afraid to start a nuclear war. Putin is unpredictable for me. He can press the red button to show that he can do it.

      2. Looking for the Light

        I know but if Poland or another country gives them jets and we backfill theirs, that makes sense to me. I think Putin is crazy and will stop at nothing which is scary. I hate standing by and watching the country be torn apart! I feel so helpless. I’ve sent money but that doesn’t make the news any easier to watch.

      3. vovazinger Post author

        I feel the same. And worst of all, no one can predict how it will end and when. It is a pity for people and especially children, whose childhood coincided with the war. And I feel sorry for the many ordinary Russians who have come to be hated for being Russian, not knowing whether they share the policies of this madman or are trying to oppose him.

      4. vovazinger Post author

        I don’t want to disappoint you, but Russian propaganda is very strong. And I see from episodes from the Internet that there are many people in Russia who consider Russia a defender, not an aggressor. And powerful Russia is simply defending itself from the invasion of Ukraine.

      5. vovazinger Post author

        There are big differences in the citizens of Russia. It very much depends on the place of residence, education, age. More educated middle-aged people tend to be more democratic and pro-Western.

      6. Looking for the Light

        I was also there two weeks after 9/11 so people were very concerned and friendly to me. I also stayed in the Astoria a 5 star hotel so that also makes a difference in your experience. They really looked after me. Even went so far as to know I was walking to dinner one night and the hotel mgr called the restaurant to have them keep an eye out for me. I love St. Petersburg and hope to go back someday. one week was not enough. Did you see my link? You’re in it.

      7. vovazinger Post author

        20 years is a moment for history and a long time for a person. I say this because 20 years ago people in Russia were different. Even if we compare Putin now and 20 years ago, he is completely different. I have been to St. Petersburg a couple of times. I saw this city in the summer during the white nights and in the winter when the day was very short. And every time I was struck by this northern capital of Russia. It’s more amazing than Moscow. And interestingly, Petersburgers are more friendly than Muscovites, they are always ready to help and answer questions.

      8. Looking for the Light

        It was the trip of a lifetime! I traveled by myself and people were so willing to help. Even though I don’t understand the language, I managed to get by. the hotel and many people spoke English. I had a few times on the streets when I was lost that I had trouble communicating but everyone tried so hard. I love the city. I love the Costra Nostra! I ran into a few players while there. They like to hang at nice places and the Asotria is a nice place.
        Did you see the link I left ealier today? I mentioned your blog in a post today, called New Blogs To Follow In 2022. Take care.

      9. vovazinger Post author

        I understand you very well because I have been there, seen many amazing places and interacted with very friendly people. But I’m not sure I’ll feel the same way today, because if the places still exist and have probably become even more amazing, the people have probably changed too. According to the poll, more than 70% of poll participants support Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. They can’t be the same people I’ve met before. Thanks for the link. I have already seen this list in your blog.

      10. vovazinger Post author

        Today I was talking to my friend about the current attack. He told me that it was a terrible morning. Fortunately, only one person was injured, no one died. He lives about 2 miles from this repair plant and saw everything with his own eyes. Until now, Lviv has been a relatively safe place in Ukraine, but no one knows what will happen next.

      11. vovazinger Post author

        It is very difficult to have a good weekend when it is difficult to predict what will happen to friends, relatives and all other Ukrainians.

      12. vovazinger Post author

        I hope so, but no one can predict when and how it will end. One of the worst things that exists is waiting.

      13. Looking for the Light

        That’s what makes this country great. I have a European ansectry and my hubby has a close Chech family. His granfaterh came from Chech when it was a country. We all come from somewhere and that makes life interesting.

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