Posts Tagged ‘Moscow’

Aaron C Greenman: Moscow Anonymous

© Aaron C. Greenman

To the photographer on the street, nothing is as sacred as anonymity. Like nightfall and its cover of darkness, anonymity protects from unwanted attention or prying eyes, allowing the photographer to move through the midst of the city, watching and blinking with his camera while few take notice. Such cover becomes particularly important in Moscow, [...]

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Arrivals and Departures: An Introduction

Jacob Aue Sobol

Huge distances in a slow pace On this journey I will visit three cities, where I have never been before:  Moscow, Ulan Batar, and Beijing. The train will bring me from the Russian forests to the Mongolian desert and finally through the mountains to Beijing. The train will be the red thread connecting these capitals. [...]

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