Still life in Russian style

I made something wrong again while developing it seems or I have some problems with the tank but with this one I am content. Camera: Nikon F55Lens: Nikon Nikkor AF 50mm f/1.8DAperture: F 2.8Shutter speed: 1/4Film: Kodak T-max 100Developer: Ilford Perceptol (1+1 13.5 minutes)Scan: Epson Perfection V550

Sandy

The dog is also something connected with Russia in my mind. When I expect a question from a border guard, what I have in Russia, I am ready to answer: mother, brother, citizenship and beagle! 😀 The photo was taken (actually a year ago) with Lubitel-166B camera on Fomapan 400 film… with some aperture and … More Sandy

Plevna Chapel

The chapel has some history behind which made me amazed a little. I saw this chapel many times before but I didn’t read about it anything. I’m not good in rewriting in English so I will just copy a piece of article from English Wikipedia. Plevna Chapel is a public subscription monument to the Russian … More Plevna Chapel

Atrium (part I)

Or a full name: “shopping-entertainment complex Atrium” as it is called on Tripadvisor. Probably one of the few shopping centers (at least in Moscow) that have become an art object, thanks to the huge graffiti on the walls of the building. As far as I was able to find out, graffiti was made this year … More Atrium (part I)

It was snowing…

…in Moscow. Last year 🙂 I made this shot in December 2017 during my short trip to Russia. I lived in Moscow and suburbs for 10 years and this city became really precious to me. But I understood this only when I moved to Tallinn. Maybe it always happens like that and it’s just how … More It was snowing…