Novosibirsk in Pictures

2012-05-29 3

Next on our tour of Russia is Novosibirsk. Although perhaps not so well known, it is the country’s third largest city and obviously there are lomographers there too. Curious about what they get up to? Here’s a gallery for you to find out.

Credits: mayanich, aiki, vikun, tabalada, grad, slagovskiy & eugeniasib

Which one’s your favorite? The lonely blue tree, the cute kitties waiting, or the frozen carousel surrounded by snow? Let us know! And if you’ve actually shot one of them, tell us the story behind it. Most of the shots look like they have a lot to tell.

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written by webo29 on 2012-05-29 #places #russia #analogue-photography #location #novosibirsk #russia-day #lomography-loves-russia #russia-day-galleries

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3 Comments

  1. glenn
    glenn ·

    EXCELLENT

  2. jvujnovi
    jvujnovi ·

    I really like this one. It's rare to see statues of Lenin. I'm even more surprised to see a Metro Station still carrying his name!

  3. robotmonkey1996
    robotmonkey1996 ·

    Isn't Novosibirsk one of those cities made by pouring cement directly into a mold?

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