моя Италия в одной фотокарточке.
ps. обожаю этот стиль, когда какие-то дела можно было бы сделать вовремя и нормально, а ты мудак и сделать вовремя не интересно, но вселенная всё равно любит тебя, и разрешается-то всё нормально, просто универсум такой ну подруга-а-а, ну можно как-то по-человечески. теряешь пару нервных клеток и заверяешь себя, что отныне все будет как у людей. а-ага.
Harbin, northeast of China, 1933
Harbin was Under the Manchukuo régime and Japanese occupation from 1931-1945.
Harbin, which was originally a Manchu word meaning "a place for drying fishing nets", grew from a small rural settlement on the Songhua River to become one of the largest cities in Northeast China.
Founded in 1898 with the coming of the Chinese Eastern Railway, the city first prospered as a region inhabited by an overwhelming majority of the immigrants from the Russian Empire.
During the Russo-Japanese War (1904–05), Russia used Harbin as its base for military operations in Manchuria. Following Russia's defeat, its influence declined. Several thousand nationals from 33 countries, including the United States, Germany, and France, moved to Harbin. Sixteen countries established consulates to serve their nationals, who established several hundred industrial, commercial and banking companies.
Chángchūn, northeast of China, 1936
The name of the city means "long spring" in Chinese.
It went through a major city planning and development from 1906–1931 after the Russo-Japanese War of 1904–05 and saw the transfer and assignment to the victor Japan in 1906 the railway between Changchun and Port Arthur, and all the branches.
As the prelude and preparation of invasion and long-lasting occupation of China, Japan initiated at the beginning of 1907 the planning programme of the SMRAA which embodied distinctive colonial characteristics.
Changchun expanded rapidly as the junction between of the Japanese-owned South Manchurian Railway and the Russian-owned Chinese Eastern Railway, while remaining the break of gauge point between the Russian and standard gauges into the 1930s
Between 1932 and 1945, Changchun was renamed Hsinking by the Japanese as it became the capital of the Japanese puppet state Manchukuo, occupying modern Northeast China.
The city was further constructed according to the Japanese Great Metropolitan Plan
After the foundation of the People's Republic of China in 1949, Changchun was established as the provincial capital of Jilin in 1954.
Now Changchun is core city of Northeast Asia. It is the largest industrial, educational, scientific and transportation hub in Northeast China.
Known locally as China's "City of Automobiles", Changchun is an important industrial base with a particular focus on the automotive sector. Because of its key role in the domestic automobile industry, Changchun was sometimes referred to as the "Detroit of China.” #changchun#chineseculture#china#chinesepeople#chinese#chineselife#chinalife#history#chinesehistory#photography#oldphoto#photoofchina#photographyofchina#vintagephotography
Here is a stranger on my front lawn for today- Created by layering salted paper and gum bichromate printing techniques. First the background landscape is printed out leaving a hole for the figures face using a digital negative and the salted paper technique. Another layer of silver nitrate is put down for the vintage image, which is then followed by a final colored gum bichromate layer. Altogether one image requires three different negatives and three separate print days to come to completion.