Pukh season- Summer Snow

Pukh is like snow: Boza and I took a long walk today in Moscow, Russia. We came upon an area that looked like snow from a distance and the sky was almost a blizzard effect at times…

Pukh . Pukh

The ground as far as we could see was covered in the white cotton seeds. The air was so full that you had to squint your eyes at times to keep the seeds out. Poor Boza got them up his nose and sneezed twenty times.

Russians call the seeds topoliny pukh. This is also called pukh season in Moscow, a period when windows are closed and opening your mouth outdoors is an act of foolishness! (Also to stick your nose on the ground like Boza!)

Pukh – It is so beautiful…

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