Here is Russia’s far North East through the eyes of its nomadic reindeer herder population, the Eveny. Photographed by Yakutia's most vocal ambassador, journalist and travel guide, Bolot Bochkarev.
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After the USSR, Finland was a cultural shock! Probably exaggerated intentionally to underline the differences between the East and the West.
A guest post by my father, Aleksandar: "In 1974, I returned home to Yugoslavia from my life-changing trip to India. When all the excitement and stories settled, my father Slobodan started behaving very strangely."
I've been in a Halloween state of mind, and somehow vintage costumes seem a whole lot more frightening. Perhaps because the lines between reality and figment look just a little blurred.
About 500 dogs are estimated to live in Moscow's subway. Many have learned to use the metro system to commute to the downtown core in search of food.
Google streetview's "Memories of the Future" project.
Often, something as simple as a textile pattern can send me on a trip, deep down the rabbit hole to post-revolution, 1920s Russia.
I had never heard of Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorskii (where have I been living?!), so when I stumbled on his early 20th century photographs of the Russian Empire I was blown away.
If you know me well, you're probably sick of hearing me talk about this epic trip, it's just that I'm yet to find someone who is committed to boarding this train with me.
I've been on the hunt for more info about a Siberian region called Yakutya and its capital, the coldest inhabitable city in the world—Yakutsk