Living by the sea was never my dream or goal, it just happened that we live on the coast. That’s why, I guess, we don’t go there very often. But once in a while, it is so relaxing and calming to come and enjoy the sound of waves and the view of the mountains lit by the setting sun….
Ok, folks, now this is the post to let you know that this blog moves to a new house.
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Thank you, everyone! I’m glad you stick with me on my photo journey through life and I hope you’ll continue doing so on my new website.
This is a small pedestrian street near the underground entrance in Moscow. I was going somewhere when I saw this boy standing in the corner deep into his thoughts. He was so unnoticeable to the flow of people going in and out of the metro station, and I tried to reflect it in the composition. There are many people in the photo to look at and imagine their stories, but it’s really this boy who was worth the shot for me.