Today we may compare Moscow of the 1960s-1980s and compare it with the Moscow of today. Two streets are on the photos – Novoslobodskaya and Dolgorukovskaya.
Must say that i like the pictures.
B/W sections are of a better world.
Grey pictures – grey life.
I hope the displaced people got relocated into a nice apartment.
It’s almost impossible to stop progress….such are the facts of life.
I love the Soviet Moscow, my hometown.
Don’t like this. That kind of combination makes a messs, better to look at two complete pictures (old and new) close to each other…
There are time distortions around the world,maybe you have seen some.
Time can be non-linear, space non-euclidean. Right?
That kind of makes sense.I was thinking the old and new buildings and cars together in todays world,more so in older countries.Most of the old buildings in my country have been replaced with new glass and steel buildings.
That kind of sounds about right.I would write more but the moderation function will not allow me to post it.
These pictures were AWESOME! The way the two photos merged together was very cool. Thanks for the upload I only wish there was more pictures that had the same effect. Thanks for the pictures…
The first picture is right down the road from the Novotel right?
There are lots of other photographs that are fused together like this on EnglishRussia.com. I like to see them blended together like this especially with the photos that are older and taken in time of war with photos taken in the present. Thanks.
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