Friday, July 10, 2009

Of St. Petersburg: White Nights

Sorry, we have nothing pithy to say about the Mikhail Barishnykov/Gregory Hines classic. Just some pictures taken at something like 12:45 at night from the top of the St. Isaac's Cathedral. They actually call the long days around the solstice "white nights" there. Who knew?


Anonymous said...

Beautiful! Especially when one knows to click on the photo to see the whole thing. Your Dad and I used to love the long, long days in the summer when we lived in Washington state. We weren't so crazy about the short, short days in the winter.

Anonymous said...

Hey, thanks, Mom; I didn't know to click on the photo!

Ant Pat