Thoughts Sans Boundaries

Strangers in Moscow

Posted in photography, trans siberian, travel by Aditya Moorthy on March 28, 2010

In the entire trip we experienced weather changes from -2 to -34 degrees celsius. Moscow was the first place where the temperatures eased a bit and when we arrived from Ekatrinburg, the temperature was about -3 or so and it was snowing heavily. Below is a photo of three of the six member gang – @nat, @aish and @pradeep. We had to look away from the way wind was blowing as we kept catching the snow in our eyes. This picture was taken right outside the Moscow railway station while we were waiting for the taxi.

(L to R) @nat, @pradeep, @aish - Strangers in Moscow, 22nd February 2010

One of the good things about this trip was that everyone enjoyed long walks and we took full advantage of it. Below is a photo taken while we were crossing a park. It was snowing mildly and the temperature was just nice for us to enjoy the day walking across the city of Moscow.

Pack of six cutting across the park, 22nd February 2010

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