Šilėnai is a small village located in a western part of Vilnius region a right side of Neris river.
This riverside of Neris is polluted by garbage, especially after winter. Rubber slipper hung on a branch.
Some animal skull.
A part of packaging of some sort of Beko home appliance.
Beavers dammed spring which turned into this pond named “eye”.The dam itself.
Spring signs.The spring from a dam then meanders through forest and fields.
Those fields are somehow polluted by oils.
Outer part of Šilėnai village.According to wiki, village population in 30 years decreased twice and probably this abandoned house is a result.
Wooden church built on 1725 m.
That’s what is left of a full beer can when it is driven over.
Northern side of the village.
I rarely do macros, but these moss-like plants caught my eye, so I got close to the ground and seen what I could get with them. For me this photo looks like a small forest against brown soiled field.
This photo was taken during summer 2012 vacation at Lithuanian seashore of Šventoji town. Noticing footprints on a wavy sand of some sort of a bird, I knew I had to take a photo and crouched down, focused and release a shutter. Taken with Helios 44-2, wide open at f2.0
A jaggy peak of this lone tree is probably a result of a fierce storm roaring through Kernavė mounds.