St. Basil's Cathedral, Moscow, Russia
One of the most distinguishable unusual architectures in the world, the St. Basil's Cathedral in the Red Square, Moscow, exhibits such beautiful lines and curves to compliment the colors throughout. I was there on a very drizzily day and started walking away at the opposite end of the Red Square when I noticed a clearing and ran back full speed to capture this. It was good as the clouds came back in just about 10-15 minutes. Shot in May with the flowers

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Fri May 22, '09 06:47PM
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Media ID 20120202203343685  
Date Fri May 22, '09 06:47PM
Comments 3
Views 1225
Uploaded By Richard P Schoettger
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This is beautiful, Richard. It looks a little tilted clockwise, but the sky, spring flora and building architecture and colors are wonderful.

 Richard the colour saturation because of the dampness in the air has brought out the colours wonderfully.

Love this shot


 Wow, this is nice! This is one angle of the Cathedral I have not seen before. The onion shaped domes are indeed unique and multi-coloured..