In 1989 Romania violently ended decades of communism, but not everything was wiped out. Some things in my life still taste of communism.
One day I took my Smena 8M on a bicycle ride across the Transylvanian city of Targu Mures.
The Smena 8M was a simple and very affordable camera made in the USSR. The world seen through its lens is very different!
To be continued!
Workers take a bus ride home
Ironically, this Mercedes O305G bus was build in Western-Germany during the Cold War and had been imported in Post-Communist Romania.
An upgrade that actually freezes time and throws us back into the passed era.
The corner shop
Mobile phones aren’t for everyone
This public phones were upgraded after the fall of communism, but their users didn’t change.
One retired MiG-21
In the airport’s backyard
The gate of a former collective farm in Ungheni
Azomures : a fertilizer-producing plant
Along the main train station of the city
A Post-Communist gas station, yet a Communist feeling
I forgot to wind the camera and I now have a picture of both ongoing and abandoned communist industry examples.
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