I had a chance to fulfill one of my dreams – travel to Georgia! Today I want to share my experience and emotions I went through along with the pictures I made.

Georgia, with its capital Tbilisi, is a great place with amazing nature, beautiful old-styled architecture, astonishing sightseeings, breathtaking mountains and friendly people.

Join me in my adventure!

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Me and sheep in Stepantsminda settlement. I think sheep are beautiful creatures and I couldn’t help making a photo with them. But the herdsman didn’t like this idea and told me what he thought about me showering curses in pure Russian. It was the one and only time I came across rudeness in Georgia

‘Malvina’s routine’ (taken in the Old Town of Tbilisi)

Naturally, I am a fine art photographer and I created conceptual pictures within my trip to Georgia. ‘Farewell’ (taken on Mount Kazbek)

Georgeous view of Georgia’s nature

A view on canal on the road to Mount Kazbek:

Sheep in a settlement Stepantsminda

A monk near the Gergeti Trinity Church

A haze on road to Mount Kazbek

A view on Tbilisi from Narikala fortress

A view on Kura river (Mtkvari in Georgian naming) and modern pedestrian Bridge of Peace

A view on Holy Trinity Cathedral of Tbilisi (further) and Metekhi temple (in the front)

A view on Tbilisi from Mtatsminda park. A futuristic building on the left is the house of justice. People call it simply the mushroom building

One of thousands of cats from Old Tbilisi

The cross near the monk’s cell

Little friends on a cold day in the mountains

Suddenly, someone is getting angry…

Philosophical thoughts of a Georgian dog

But now you know who is the real boss :)

Here is pedestrian Bridge of Peace that has all in all 1 208 LED fixtures with the help of which it sends a message in a Morse Code of periodical table of elements. We all consist of the same elements that is why the idea of the bridge is to celebrate life and peace between people

A gorgeous view on night Tbilisi

A view on Mtatsminda mountain

A night view on Narikala fortress