Natasha, psychoanalyst, practices in Tver and Moscow/Russia, was always fascinated by portraits where features of a person captured on photos.
…and so we tried… ..no concept, no rules… …we just let go… …and danced…
Natasha, thank you for that dance. 🙂
Khatuna / ხათუნა, or Khatya like we call her, has the meaning ‘lady’ (in persian).
I think I remember that Khatya told us that the georgian meaning is something like ‘fate’….
….however it is… …I know that this wonderful lady and her partner (our friend Bonya) will take fate in their own hand! … and they will be succeed in all respects.
Hey, you both… …long may you run… …and stay forever young.
please see here at JETAMELE how Andrea has seen Khatya.
This is Kristina from Moscow. Smart, intelligent and charming. A really nice person. Purser at AEROFLOT airlines.
All this nice moments of 2017. A good year.
Thanks for all!
(photos by Victoria, Andrea, Lena and me)
36 BELOW !!! January / Russia
The last Unicorn and the very last Unicorn
at the tree house
Zen and the art of smartphonecapturing
a man with a white shirt in the background
The Reward at the End of the River
my birthday party at John’s place
street food heaven
Mariinski Concert Hall / St. Pertersburg
a Victoria is a Victoria is a Victoria
photo book publishing
Ida’s School Enrollment
Andrea in action and in Düsseldorf
Mirror Mirror / Old City Jerusalem
Tel Aviv welcomes Victoria
Gamble at the Vodka Bar
Farewell in Bochum
Photo Exhibition After Party
20 year First-Met-Aniversary: Victoria & Markus
Ida’s Treasure Hunt
15 years business in Russia Party
photo shooting in MOSCOW CITY
get stucked at Moscow Airport… ..again
get stucked at Moscow Airport… ..again 2
S3E10 ..get lost together
Pfff… …take a look how funny she looks!!!
Larissa, the good heart of the children’s hospital!
my crystal ball says…
“A chair is a very difficult object. A skyscraper is almost easier. That is why Chippendale is famous.”
Ludwig Mies van der Rohe
Overwhelmed and speechless… …that was how we felt when Andrea and me sneaked through the gorges of the Moscow City skyscrapers on that sunny September day. So many impressions. So many views to capture.
Please see als well Andrea impressions on JETAMELE of our Moscow City double feature.
A SPACE ODYSSEY
THE BLACK ROCK
THE SECRET WINDOW
THE NEW GUY IN TOWN
THE HUNCHBACK OF NOTRE DAME V3.0
PEEK A BOO
“SOME DAY I WILL CALL UPON YOU TO DO A SERVICE FOR ME”
THE DAY AFTER TOMORROW
THE MAGNIFICENT SEVEN
…people at the Moscow Metro with my eyes….
If you wanna see the view how the Moscow Metro looks like with Andreas/JETAMELE eyes, please click here..
metro Andrea 01
metro Andrea 04
metro Andrea 03
Novodevichy Cemetery is the most famous cemetery in Moscow. It lies next to the southern wall of the 16th-century Novodevichy Convent, which is the city’s third most popular tourist site. The remains of many famous Russians buried in other abbeys, such as Mikhail Bulgakov, Boris Jelzin, Vladimir Mayakovski, Nicolai Gogol or Anton Chechov.
novodevichy cemetery 10
novodevichy cemetery 09
novodevichy cemetery 04
novodevichy cemetery 08
novodevichy cemetery 02
novodevichy cemetery 07
novodevichy cemetery 03
novodevichy cemetery 06 ???
novodevichy cemetery 05
novodevichy cemetery 01
A ‘POINT BLANK & JETAMELE’ Project
“What I’ve also seen …”
Sure, on a mutual photo tour there not only things to capture that attracting the same attention of both photographers. Mostly it’s about the small things that we see with our own eyes… …and sometimes it’s just the right moment for yourself to capture that what YOU see in a totally different context…
…therefor see as well at Andreas story at JETAMELE
MARKUS: Follow the yellow Brickway!
ANDREA: Letzte Ruhe unter Leuten
MARKUS: ordered and never picked up
MARKUS: a shadow of themselves
ANDREA: Theatraler Wasserfall
MARKUS: There will be Light!
MARKUS: cross walk
ANDREA: Mitten auf dem Platz
MARKUS: it’s just an act!
ANDREA: Der Fotograf
ANDREA: Luxus Mülltonne
ANDREA: Die Mitte der Welt
This friday we get stucked at the Moscow airport. We had to stay the whole night in cause of a thunderstorm. I know this airport from all my flight to Russia pretty well, but it was a strange calm feeling to see this place at night. It was great to sneak around and discover this otherwise so crowded halls.
to check the roof
to monitor the table
booze with style
The Moscow Six