Another sunny Sunday in Moscow, this day was the match Alemania-Mexico and I was looking for fans (I had Julio's request in mind) and I took a different path with the bike, this time the south river side from Taganskaya to Luzhniki (where the stadium is) where I expected to meet some fans gathering for the match.
In Spain we have the saying "El hombre propone y Dios dispone" (Man plans, God laughs) and that happened.
First I saw father and son fishing in Moskva river, I thought I could be interesting, I asked, they agreed and the result is not the best composition but I hope to meet them again so I can share the pic.
Second is the centre of Russia, The Kremlin of Moscow, every old city has a kremlin which means something like fortified centre with churches.
No comments on this one.
Peter I The Great, on a boat, and IT'S BIG! The statue its self it's "okaysh" but no matter from where you look at it its horrible because of its huge dimensions, it doesn't fit at all, maybe on the 5th Av in NY city could fit among all the giant skyscrapers. Plus the original head was Cristobal Colon and after not founding anyone who wanted it they reconverted to Peter I celebrating the 300 anniversary of the Russian Fleet.
But from Gorky Park, I had this view of the statue itself and I thought it wasn't too bad sailing from tree to tree with some clouds as the wind blows.
At this point I entered Gorky Park fully and no fans at all, when I got near to the bridge accessing the stadium I was stopped by police asking me the world cup ticket to allow me to go in... I went to city centre by metro and I dropped the Charro-Mariachi-Project.
One stop for a coffee.
Detail of the pole of the entrance of one fancy hotel coming back home.
Two shots at the crystal bottle/jar, different angles, tripod in place.
This was my Sunday, thank for watching.