Trying to Take a Shot at the Painting on a Wall, in Moscow
Last week I've shown you a Graffiti paying A Tribute to the Beatles, in Moscow.
The next shots were taken just a couple of steps away from it... by the Лепим и варим joint. This reads as "Lepim I Varim" and is roughly translated to "Shape and Boil". This name hints at their speciality: the famous Russian Dumplings.
I have no clue who these guys are... but the dude in red was a bit tipsy and insisted I took a photo with them. His mate was sober. First he tried to pull his friend away... but realising nothing he said was going to work, he played along and we all took a photo. Ah ah! 😜
When I got there, only the guy in red was sitting in front of the artwork.
I wanted to take a photo of the painting on the wall and I kindly asked him to step away for a minute, so I could take a clear shot. He eventually did... but not before I agreed to took that first shot with both of them! 😅
Funny guys. They were not Russians. Judging from their accent, they were both from the UK and they were having a great time with their Russian friend, the Vodka.
Eventually, they went inside and I could take a shot of the artwork on the wall.
Right next to the place's entrance, there was this oddly decorated piece.
That's all I have to show for now... I hope you have enjoyed these photos.
|Panasonic Lumix DC-TZ90
|Moscow - Russia
|Edited with GIMP
@trincowski signing out.