This was my first photo from Keila and this put me into waiting mode for this town which eventually realised 7 years later.
These were probably taken from a bus window. Many years later I discovered that there are almost identical but red-brick houses in Hiiu/Pääsküla in Tallinn.
Typical halo. This is more common than rainbow but people just don't look into sky.
This one looks quite interesting. If it had only two floors, it would be much more common as such.
Yes, this was a rare moment when there was halo and a random huge change of brightness in clouds.
Here is also very typical sundog at the right edge, although it has a form of the cloud which helped to form it (instead of a round- or stripe-like spot).
This is amazingly beautiful.
As usual, the whole halo thing changes as quickly as clouds change. I can't remember such a stark contrast in any other halo photos that I have taken.
I am absolutely sure that that water is actually a typical spring inundation of lawns near rivers.
This house has very interesting colours!
Somewhere here in the middle of blocks I realised that there is more dog poo on the ground than I have usually seen...
Wow, this is just wow! A soviet time paradise. Reminds me Maardu actually but Maardu had 9-floorers.