Some time ago I discovered one photoblogger from Ukraine, Uliana Kucherenko. Her blog constists mostly of photos, but the blogger also give many useful tips in photography and each months she organizes flashmobes called "Photowalk". I wanted to participate in a flashmobe for a long time, but didn't get to it.
Below I represent your attention different doors which you can find in the old town. The doors are of different styles. You may enlarge the photos by clicking on the door's image, so you can view it better.
Further, you can see photos from observation platforms in old Tallinn. There are three of them, each view is different from one another. The observation platforms are my favourite place in the old town. The tourists also love them. :) On one of the platforms I met one seagull who posed for the cameras with pleasure. :) And when the bells in the nearest church started to ring, she tried to imitate the ringing. This seagull is quite famous, it even has its own Instagram @vanalinnakajakas. It is funny, but that seagull has 3 times more followers than I do! :) I guess, you understand that I couldn't leave without taking a picture of this star. :)
I really like walking the narrow streets of the old town, look at the gift shop windows, listen to the sound of shoes on cobbled streets and also to smell the delisious aromas from many cafes and restaurants. You may find lots of interesting on these narrow streets. :)
Here are some more images of the old town. You can also enlarge the photos below by clicking on the images.
After such a wonderful walk, I decided to sit in a warm cafe and have a cup of hot tea. I really liked the view from the window. :)
I hope you enjoyed my photowalk in old Tallinn. If you have never been there, I strongly recommend you to visit it and go for a walk on these streets. Walking across the old town is like getting into a medieval fairy-tale. Actually, it's not surprising, the architecture there is marvelous! No wonder, this place is very wanted for film shooting and for video clips. Did you know, for example, that a Soviet fantasy film "The Snow Queen" was shot in the old town?
Do you go to photowalks in your beloved places? Or do you prefer simply to walk and enjoy the beauty that surrounds you?