…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..
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.
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
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.