Whirling snow and birds circling in the sky always fascinated people with the ease and whimsicality of the flight. Their soft landing, in seemingly any place, evoked the sense of freedom and revered to the dreams.
The metaphor of the white bird’s flight is often used in poetry. The famous Russian poet, Esenin, wrote:
"I do not know, is it light or darkness? Is it wind or the rooster sings?
Maybe instead of winter, the white swans are landing on the field?"