An Album of the Baltic States
Baltic Birches: The Baltic countryside is pancake flat for hundreds of miles, and the soil is very sandy. It grows trees very well.
Wood: There's lots of it in the Baltic States
The Bay of Finland, shot from Orienbaum near St Petersburg, Russia
Baltic Bungalow: Typical of the country housing in Baltic states are these wooden Bungalows
Soviet-style housing. The Russians built low cost housing as 5-storey flats. Less than 6-storeys saved money because no Lift was provided.
More Soviet housing - in Lithuania.
Trolley buses in Kaunas (Lithuania)
Riding a Lithuanian Trolleybus
A Riga Tram, this one a Tatra built in Czechoslavakia
The train from Orienbaum to St Petersburg. But these trains were built in Riga before the Latvians kicked out the Soviets.
Riding the Orienbaum train - with wooden bench seats
The Latvian Sea Coast at Saulkrasti
Baltic coast around Kumrags, Latvia
The sea coast at Dunte, where the Munchausen Walk takes you
Minhauzens pasaule. The sea coast at Dunte, where the Munchausen Walk takes you
Simon goes Baltic around Kumrags, Latvia
Images of Easter in Eastern Europe
An Easter nest, with straw-built Cranes (or Herons ?) behind.
Baltic Bunny: An Easter celebration.
Easter Sunday market in the Old Town of Kaunas (Lithuania)