Abandoned house

Russia
The house is abandoned.

The story of an abandoned house. Moscow region. Time spares nothing and this house as well. Once upon a time in the 50s-60s there was a lot of life. It’s been almost 60 years and the house is empty. Nothing has been preserved. The roof collapsed. The house has old stoves, sideboard… and most importantly-a bunch of letters and old photos! No one needed… leafing through such papers covered with long-term dust you understand how sad it is. On letters found worded! Irkutsk! A letter was written… waiting for time. There is hope that will answer… that it is still someone expensive and important-so found letters, cards, photos will be sent to distant relatives… and suddenly! Just imagine if it is true for someone a great memory!

Through time.
Transition to the house.
Sharing a bed with animals.
Old photo.
Oven in an abandoned house.
Life without a roof.
Newspaper Izvestia USSR, abandoned house 60 years, Lotoshino.
Ghost people.
At the house.
Entrance without a roof. Braids for hay.
Silence of the soul.

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Zoya Malhova

Zoya Malhova

My photography is based on the concept of nature, time and how it is present in our daily life. The driving force of my work is an interest in all living things, people, their lives, their past. I am interested in how the world and life around us are changing. My work is a constant search for the best way to convey the atmosphere in which I find myself. Every photo I create is a link between the past and the present, a reflection of my skills and experience. If you stop for a moment to look at my work and reflect on the photo that I created, then I did not come all this way for nothing.

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