TrailofAnts.com is well known for its letters and lines, and poetic prose, but I’m equally passionate about photography. It’s usually plays second fiddle to my writing here on the travel blog, so I felt it was time to let some of my travel photography shine.
As this is the first slideshow, I thought it was fitting to showcase the first stop on The Trail, which was Moscow, Russia.
Travelling to Moscow, Russia
If I’m honest, it wasn’t the finest destination I’ve ever visited. I found it rather unwelcoming, and severely lacking in character. But then: I was there alone; I didn’t speak the language; hadn’t done any research; was feeling a little shy; and just getting from the airport to the city was a mission in itself.
When I visit Moscow again, I’ll make a point to look for a quirky, underground scene where things are a little edgier than what you might find in a deserted Gorky Park or a tourist speckled Red Square.
Photography of Moscow
The slideshow is under two minutes, and while I don’t believe it gives you a rounded view of the Russian capital, I do think it should give you a friendly Monday morning jolt.
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