Blogger fotografersha occupied a nice place at the monument to Minin and Pozharskiy on Red Square of Moscow to take images of the Victory Day parade from there. According to the blogger it was the best location for shooting. Let’s see…
8:30 a.m. No empty space at the road remained.
Buses with journalists arrive at 9 a.m. Fortunately, the sky is clear.
Snipers on the roof.
Veterans coming to the parade.
Generals in a good mood.
Many people hold carnations.
People photograph everything they see around…
… and wear St. George Ribbons.
President has come.
Snipers are ready to do their job.
Defence Minister of Russia Sergey Shoigu crosses himself.
Saluting to the Defence Minister.
And the parade began..
Guests from India…
For better shooting special equipment has to be used.
T-34 tanks show up.
The best places occuped by Security Service.
SP artillery gun Coalition-SV.
Infantry combat vehicle “Kurganets”
Armored vehicle “Rakushka”.
Missile system “Yars” and aircrafts in the sky.
Ka-52 and Mi-28.
Su planes are about to fly over Red Square.
Imitation of refueling Il-78 and Tu-160. And a photographer on the roof.
Su-34, Su-27 and MiG-29.
“70” – 70th anniversary of the Victory.
Su-25 aircrafts are ending their performance.
Veterans leave the square.
Georgy Krupko (99) with his son Sergey.
Journalists still work.
Press-center in the Manezh.
Tank exhibition nearby.
Thanks to fotografersha for her job!