lunes, 21 de octubre de 2013

Photos- Fotos: Jonas Bendiksen - Russian Summer - Part 3 - 12 photos - Photo-Journalism - Foto-periodismo - Link to precedent parts



Jonas Bendiksen
MOLDOVA. Transdniester. 2004.
Stripper in a nightclub


RUSSIA. Birobidzhan, The Jewish Autonomous Region. 1999.
The first Jewish homeland of modern time, created 20 years before Israel, located in Far-East Siberia. Every week, hundreds of Birobidzhani Jews left for Israel, once again in search of a Jewish homeland and a better life


MOLDOVA.
Transdniesterian deputy minister of defense looking lovingly at an Alazan missile in front of a scene from 1992 breakaway war with Moldova.
The Alazan missile has been in the media's focus as of late, with a Washington Post article accusing Transdniester of lacing the small missiles with nuclear dirty bomb warheads, something the government strongly denies. 2004


MOLDOVA. Transdniester. 2004.
Steel mill. Despite the nationalist rethoric of the breakaway war with Moldova in 1992, critics of Transdniester see their quest for independence as a power grab by factory chiefs and economic elite of the region.
Nearly all of Moldova's heavy industry was located in the Transdniester region, and Transdniestrian independence is catastrophic for Moldova


MOLDOVA. Transdniester. 2004.
Steel mill. Despite the nationalist rethoric of the breakaway war with Moldova in 1992, critics of Transdniester see their quest for independence as a power grab by factory chiefs and economic elite of the region.
Nearly all of Moldova's heavy industry was located in the Transdniester region, and Transdniestrian independence is catastrophic for Moldova


GEORGIA. Abkhazia. Sukhum. 2005.
Although Abkhazia is isolated, half-abandoned and still suffering war wounds due to its unrecognized status, both locals and Russian tourists are drawn to the warm waters of the Black Sea.
This unrecognized country, on a lush stretch of Black Sea coast, won its independence from the former Soviet republic of Georgia after a fierce war in 1993


GEORGIA. Abkhazia. 2005.
With its lush Black Sea location, Abkhazia is trying to attract Russian tourists.
Here, at a road stop on the tour bus route, an entrepreneur, who charges tourists 10 rubles to photograph his bear, catches his breath between busloads.


Nagorno Karabakh. 2005.
A man walks past the half-empty apartment blocks of Shushi, a town that was partially destroyed in the Azeri-Armenian war of the early 1990s.
Today it remains half-wrecked, and all the previous Azeri residents fled, or were killed, during the bloody war.


Jonas Bendiksen
RUSSIA. Birobidzhan, The Jewish Autonomous Region of Russia. 1999.
In the Khoddus family household.


Jonas Bendiksen
UZBEKISTAN. Ferghana Valley. 2002.
All but one male member of this household are in prison for their religious activities and beliefs


Jonas Bendiksen
UZBEKISTAN. Ferghana Valley. 2002.
Halal slaughter house


Jonas Bendiksen
UZBEKISTAN. Ferghana Valley. 2002.
 Muslim women digging themselves into supposedly healing sands







Photos- Fotos: Jonas Bendiksen - Russian Summer - Part 3 - 12 photos - Photo-Journalism - Foto-periodismo - Link to precedent parts




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