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.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Kiev.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A subway station in Saint-Petersburg.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

An apartment in Simferopol.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Vologda.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A guard’s room in Siberia.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Krasniye Vorota Metro Station in Moscow.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Sakhalin island.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Celebrating the feast of the Trinity in Pskov.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A sanatorium in Yalta.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Yalta.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

The Opera Theater in Irkutsk.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A bear and Vladimir, lake Baikal.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

The Feropontov convent.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

The Academician Fedorov icebreaker is at reconstruction.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Winter fishing.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

The Palace Square in Saint-Petersburg.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A 13-storey building in Arkhangelsk.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A weapon warehouse in Saint-Petersburg.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

Irkutsk.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A repair shop.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A military polygon in Pskov.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A red piano in Artek Children’s Camp.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A museum of astronauts in Artek Camp.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

A night-club in Krasnoyarsk.

Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer

All-Union Exhibition of Achievements of National Economy in Moscow.

via etoday

14 thoughts on “Russia As Viewed By An American Photographer”

  1. 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.

  2. 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.

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

  4. 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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