14 Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Andrew Moore is an American photographer born in 1957 who was travelling across Russia in 2000-2004 and made a number of amazing pictures reflecting the contradictory nature of the country.


A subway station in Saint-Petersburg.

An apartment in Simferopol.


A guard’s room in Siberia.

Krasniye Vorota Metro Station in Moscow.

Sakhalin island.

Celebrating the feast of the Trinity in Pskov.


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14 Responses to “Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer”

  1. historian says:

    give us all pictures.

  2. mike says:

    Yeah, where is everything?

  3. Mariel says:

    And the others?

  4. xoxo says:

    he is pretty awesome, i have two of his photo books.

  5. Sean says:

    A pig will always find a mud puddle. Usually, it’s British, who are desperately looking for some deteriorating places like some shown above to say – “This is all that Russia now is”. They really should look out for chavs crowding all their cities outside London.

  6. akira02 says:

    i have a book simply called ‘Russia’ with all these pictures. Quite nice but basically, any tourist with a deluxe camera can make these, you just have to be there.

  7. Ivanna (Gr) says:

    Prosto super !! Bolshoe spasibo !!

  8. marie says:

    wow Russia is such a beautiful country would love to go there some day,The subway looks like its in a castle so beautiful.

  9. oi says:

    presenter of this article had awfull marks in geography at school naming ukrainian cities as a part of russia lol. Though photos are good anyway

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