Russian Women on the Edge [30 photos]

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Photos of different Russian women in totally different situations having one in common – in all those situations they are about on the edge to another strong emotion to come.

The one above is “Everyday routine – that what is killing the strongest feelings”

More below:


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“Women after the protest action”.

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“Ukrainian prime minister in parliament”

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“At Protest action”

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“On dentists chair”

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“Children crying near Isaac cathedral in St. Petersburg, Russia”

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“The concrete argument”

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“Rope-jumping together”

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“Granny, veteran, awarded with medals during the World War 2 finds her way thru winter St. Petersburg”

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“At rock concert in on of Moscow clubs”

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“Madame Hysterics”

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“No name”

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“Old Russian Woman”

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“Principal of Russian countryside school”

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“Women and the fire”

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“About Russian women”

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“About how small kids could irritate you, when they are not yours”

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“Ukraine, Lvov, ‘Casanova’ club”

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“Five minutes to departure”

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“89 years old, partially paralized, the bed and the radio, gifts for holidays”

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“Woman promises big troubles to the seller when she found out at home the underweight in purchase”

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“Before XXXXX, sorry before party”

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“Old woman during street disorders”

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“Preparing to school: selling old schoolbooks so that to buy new”

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“One hour before”

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“Mother sends his son, the special forces soldier, to Chechnya”

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“Twillights, Christmass eve, the soul sounds the same”

via plastmastik

42 thoughts on “Russian Women on the Edge [30 photos]”

  1. Some great pics, love the hot Russian bird drinking tea, enclosed in the reflection of the babushka. Absolutely perfect, life in one picture.

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  3. I really liked the one before the last photo, “Mother sends son to Chechnya”. The way she’s holding the gun reminded me of the time in my childhood when my brother finished his violin classes and my mom held his violin while he was putting on the coat.

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  4. Did you also drink up rest of the five bottles and now laying unconscious on the coach – on the edge of having a sweeping-brush in your head?

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  6. OMG the reality of life in Russia is soo depressing. Why dont they give some of their gas revenue to those poor suffering Russians? ๐Ÿ™

    • The same reason why they don’t give more to the poor or the homeless in America or anywhere else for that matter.

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  8. My heartfelt thanks to the website owners. You have done so much to break down the barriers of language and politics. Every visit I make here hammers home the bedrock fact of our common humanity.
    Thank you very much.

  9. STILL IDONT UDNERSTAND WHY RUSSIAN WOMEN ARE TOO PASITIVE

    THEY SHOULD BE MORE CONVINENT………..

    MORE CONTAMINED …………….

    MORE FORTUINATE………..

  10. I am always intrigued by photojournalist talents to capture an instant of reality almost by instinct. Their story telling abilities are truly surprising, but I do wonder how much thought goes into selecting and captioning the photographs in post-production.

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  12. If you are on anassignment to degrade & condemn a nation / race / people etc., it is not diffuclt at all to find more devastating scenes in any country, Russia or any place in Europe oor USA. I have seen Russia, lived in Russia and know the truth much better than those who indulge in such propaganda. I thought they would stop after finishing USSR off but was surprised to see such things being continued even today. I have visited and lived in many parts of both Western & Eastern Europe and still would have vouched for a life in Moscow of USSR. And mind it, I am an anti Communist though!

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