Fo those who celebtrates it
- first pano from V-day celebration in Moscow - http://pano.1drey.com/
- --- In PanoToolsNG@yahoogroups.com, "Andrey Ilyin" <andrey@...> wrote:
>Hi Andrey, Wow! that's very fast and very good as you allways do, very
> first pano from V-day celebration in Moscow - http://pano.1drey.com/
impressive how you managed to stitch such pano in crowdly place, I only
saw an extra hand pointed to military guy with blue hat, but that's due
to the hurry I'm sure, if you have had much time, I'm sure it was
My favorite spot is that with civilian giving orders to some policemans.
thanks for sharing
p.s. the link appear splited, maybe this help
- Hi Dorin,
that looks to me more like old (Soviet) military uniforms. As far as I
remember police uniforms are different, but my only visit to Moscow was
several years ago when Gorbatchev still was president of the Soviet
Union. At that time I was an assistant of a fashion photographer.
The whole scene looks more to me like a pro Soviet demonstration than
like a V-day celebration, but both might go hand in hand these days.
Maybe Andrey can tell us more about the backgrounds - without getting
too much into political details... ;-)
btw. the end of WWII is naturally "celebrated" in Germany in a different
way, Wikipedia addresses this topic well here:
> Andrey Ilyin" wrote:
>> first pano from V-day celebration in Moscow
> My favorite spot is that with civilian giving orders to some policemans.
- Carl, You absolytely correct - this demonstration stylistically is
identical to the ones from Soviet time. And it is quite natural
because it is organized by Communist Party of Russian Federation
(yes, communist ideology still alive :)), their PR-managers are old-
And they just use legitimate cause to promote yourself. No real
influence in political life.
Have a look at new pano - http://tinyurl.com/yp7p8q
Same place, different spot. The jet wing in the sky is real! These
jets will begin the military/hystorical parade on Red Square.