Thursday, September 21, 2006
Wednesday, September 20, 2006
This actually is the backyard of a school in Vanadzor, Armenia. Hopefully, the children in the school will have more sense than to play here. But remembering my childhood, I highly doubt it.
This is one more example of the general attitude of not giving a rat's ass in Armenia.
Տպագրող՝ Ankakh_Hayastan at 10:21 AM
Sunday, September 17, 2006
Cabbage, in addition to potato, is about the only thing that grows in the Molokan village of Lermontovo in the Lori Region, Armenia. You can even see these fields if you look closely with Google Earth.
The Molokans make excellent pickled cabbage. It's crispier than your regular sauerkraut and has shredded carrots in it sometimes. I could eat half a kilo right now.
Տպագրող՝ Ankakh_Hayastan at 10:49 PM
Thursday, September 14, 2006
Here is a sheep wearing a coat before the show. They look like the medieval horses of the knights when standing or walking around.
I asked one of the owners the reason for the outfit. She explained that the sheep are well groomed and therefore may catch cold because the fur has been trimmed. The second reason is that they want to be presentable before the jury. And the covers keep them clean.
Տպագրող՝ Ankakh_Hayastan at 11:21 PM