Friday, September 24, 2021

By the Shores of Baltic Sea


I love walking along the shore of the Baltic sea in any weather, except for rain :-) The shallow part of the Baltic sea is called the Gulf of Finland. The city of St. Petersburg is located by the gulf coast. 

In autumn, few people can be seen on the shores. Now the water is cold, the sand is damp, but this did not prevent those who like to walk along the coast to breathe in the fresh sea air.




It was windy that autumn day. The wind drove away light clouds and then blueness appeared on the sky and the sun sparkled, reflecting in the sea water. Waves rolled over the sand, bringing in seaweed and pebbles.

 

 
But suddenly heavy clouds appeared, which were ready to rain down. But it rarely rains over the Gulf and the clouds quickly drifted towards the city.
 



In such weather, there were many kite-boarding enthusiasts on the shore. They trained under the guidance of a coach. How beautiful these brave people looked, sliding along the waves on their boards and controlling their kites. I admired them. Ah, if I were younger ...
 




 
 
By the evening, the wind died down and the rays of the sun made their way through the clouds. Together with other walkers, I enjoyed the view of the water and sky.
 
 

 

I often talk about the sea and the Gulf of Finland, maybe you are interested then read here and here  and here
 
 
 

34 comments:

  1. It is a beautiful place you have there and I can easily understand that you love a walk along the water. I especially like the pine trees in the sand.
    Regards Lisbeth

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    1. So do I Lisbeth, the air in the pine forest is wonderful.

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  2. Hi Nadezda,

    Beautiful photos from the shore! The water and the sky is so nice to watch. I have read some books of Russian history, and St. Petersburg is a lovely and interesting city. Hugs!

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    1. You're right Marit, St.petersburg is an interesting sea city. I consider Oslo to be a beautiful city by the sea.

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  3. Ihanat kuvat. Rakastan merta ja sen äärettömyyttä.

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    1. I agree, Anemone. You can look at the sea for a long time.

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  4. It really does seem to be a wonderful place to walk and I can see why you enjoy it so much. I would relish the chance to walk along the shores of the Baltic, but I doubt it will ever happen. Take good care, Nadezda.

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    1. I'd love to take a walk along the coast of Superior lake, but I doubt it's possible, David.
      Hugs!

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  5. A delightful place. Thank you very much for the walk along the seashore.
    Photos with clouds - phenomenal!
    Happy weekend, Dear Nadezda:)

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    1. I am glad you liked the photos with clouds, Lucja. They change their shape if the wind increases.
      Greeting!

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  6. Надежда,
    спасибо за великолепную прогулку) Красота необыкновенная, уже от одних фотографий веет соленым ветром и свежестью.
    А шум прибоя в видео, заставил меня страдальчески морщиться и искренне завидовать, в такой красоте живете!

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    1. Лена, вода и волны всегда заставляют остановиться и оглянуться. Они вечны. И красивы. Но в морозы эти волны превращаются в глыбы льда. Но не будем сейчас о морозах :-)

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  7. Чудесная прогулка! Я тоже вспомнила свои долгие прогулки по-над морем из Ашдода до Ашкелона и обратно, это 24 км, где-то около 6-ти часов. Я приезжала на окраину Ашдода, оставляла машину у последних домов, доходила до воды, снимала кроссовки и шла босиком по кромке воды. Одна такая прогулка, и возвращаешься обновлённый назад в жизнь полную всего, что она тебе подбросит…

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    1. Вы правильно заметили, Ирина, такая прогулка обновляет, успокаивает, настраивает на филосовский лад :-) Я посмотрела на карте где вы гуляли - довольно длинная дистанция.Сейчас, в начале осени ходить босиком по берегу залива холодно.

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  8. Boa tarde minha querida amiga Nadezda. Que lugar lindo e maravilhoso que temos a oportunidade de conhecer através das suas fotos maravilhosas.

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    1. I'm glad Luiz that you have known this wonderful place.

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  9. Dear Nadezda!
    I love long walks along the coast and you showed the Baltic Sea beautifully in your photos.
    Amazing clouds also caught my attention. They look like on the canvases of the best painters!
    Hugs and greetings :-))
    Anita

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    1. You're right Anita, the nature is the best painter!
      Hugs.

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  10. Hi Nadezda,
    Wonderful photos, what a fantastic place.
    A big hug

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  11. Me parece un lugar maravilloso Nadezda, me encantaría poder pasear por ahí. Un abrazo.

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    1. Si, Teresa, es un lugar hermoso, me gusta pasear por alli.

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  12. Gracias por esta entrada amiga. Como se añora cuando no podemos verlo. Precioso estaba el mar con ese cielo. También me encanta pasear por la orilla. Fantásticas fotos Nadezda. Me has traido muy buenos recuerdos.
    Te deseo un buen fin de semana.
    Un abrazo.

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    1. Me alegra, Laura, que mi entrada sobre un paseo por la orilla del mar te haya recordado el tiempo que pasaste en el mar. Espero que puedas ir al mar pronto también.
      Besos.

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  13. Shining waves are beautiful. Happy Sunday to you.

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    1. I love watching shining waves as well PTC.

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  14. It is a beautiful place to walk, Nadezda. Nice photos, I love the last two.
    Have a nice new week!
    Hugs!

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    1. The last one is my favorite as well Tania.
      Hugs!

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