The statue of Egle in Palanga, Lithuania - a woman for all time.
At Rumšiškės, the outdoor ethnographic museum woodland.
A windmill in Rumšiškės, which is dedicated to the historical architecture of each region of Lithuania.
A pond dressed on each side in Fall's wardrobe of plums and golds.
A stop in Nida to gaze from atop the unusual sand dunes.
Each region boasts its own unique architecture and here in Nida it is decidedly nautical with themed wind vanes.
A Christian orthodox church in vibrant peach tones in Klaipėda
The statues in Klaipėda are an enigma, this cat has a mouse friend, there is an eighteenth century gentleman falling from a rooftop, a dragon and many more. Spend an afternoon looking for them all.
Mushrooms on the forest floor, mushroom picking remains a popular activity in Lithuania and baskets upon baskets line market stands. (Uncertain whether these are edible, just know they looked like they belonged in a fairytale)
Market fare (the ubiquitous potato among them) at Klaipėda
Kepta duona, fried dense rye bread with cheese from a local restaurant - delicious.
Kaunas castle on a Fall day.
Kaunas church with domes and columns, many of the country's churches are being restored.
Near Šiauliai is the hill of crosses a beautiful, moving area. Here a man contemplates where he will nail his cross.
For more on Lithuania See City Style and Living's Fall 2009 issue at www.citystyleandliving.com/Archive.html
I love that you get to do such fun things, where is this place? I love this magazine City Style and Living that goes to such weird places, tell us more never heard of Lithuania.
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