25 ноября 2012 г.

Свиристель и другие птички

Ко мне прилетал свиристель, а всех остальных птиц, которых мне удалось сфотографировать в московских парках можно посмотреть

27 августа 2012 г.

Pussy Riot в суде. Приговор два года.

Members of the female punk band "Pussy Riot" (R-L) Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, Yekaterina Samutsevich and Maria Alyokhina sit in a glass-walled cage after a court hearing in Moscow, August 17, 2012. A judge sentenced three women who staged an anti-Kremlin protest on the altar of Moscow's main Russian Orthodox church to two years in jail on Friday in a trial seen as test of President Vladimir Putin's tolerance of dissent.

9 августа 2012 г.

День ВДВ. Десантники в фонтане Парка Горького

День ВДВ. Десантники в фонтане Парка Горького

Russian former paratroopers swim in the fountain as they celebrate the forces' annual holiday in Gorky Park in Moscow, August 2, 2012. The holiday for the Russian airborne troops, which coincides with the traditional religious holiday to commemorate Elijah the Prophet, widely marked in Russia and mostly known as the Ilyin Den or Ilya's name day, has been celebrated since the Soviet era till today.

С другого боку.

Классическое фото с Акции "Стратегии-31" на Триумфальной

Interior Ministry officers detain an opposition activist during a protest rally to defend Article 31 of the Russian constitution, which guarantees the right of assembly, in Moscow July 31, 2012.

Надежда Толоконникова из Pussy Riot выходит из Хамсуда

Nadezhda Tolokonnikova, a member of female punk band "Pussy Riot", is escorted after a court hearing in Moscow, July 20, 2012. Three members of the all-woman punk band "Pussy Riot" were detained on February 21 after they stormed into Moscow's main cathedral to sing a protest song against Vladimir Putin and criticised the Russian Orthodox Church's support for Putin.

27 мая 2012 г.

Гей-парад в Москве 27 мая 2012

Interior Ministry officers detain Nikolai Alexeyev (C), the head of a Russian gay rights group and main organizer of gay parades in Moscow, during a gay pride parade, unsanctioned by the city authorities, near the Mayor's office in central Moscow May 27, 2012.

Задержание участника "Марша миллионов" в Москве 6 мая 2012

Russian riot police detain a protester during the "march of the million" opposition protest in central Moscow May 6, 2012. Russian riot police beat protesters with batons and hauled away dozens on Sunday after skirmishes broke out at a demonstration in Moscow against Vladimir Putin on the eve of his return to the presidency.

11 мая 2012 г.

Оккупайабай на Чистопрудном бульвале. Народные гуляния против Путина. Москва 10 мая 2012

People at a protest camp demonstrating against Russia's President Vladimir Putin's presidency, in a boulevard in central Moscow May 10, 2012. Putin, two days after being sworn in for a six-year term, promised to project Russia's might on the world stage in a rallying speech on Wednesday to troops and war veterans celebrating victory over Nazi Germany at a military parade bristling with weapons on Red Square. Russian courts later jailed two prominent opposition leaders for 15 days for their role in the protests against Putin's return to the Kremlin, sending a new signal that Putin is determined to keep a lid on dissent in his third presidential term.

19 апреля 2012 г.

Суд над Pussy Riot

Суд над Pussy Riot by hegtor
Суд над Pussy Riot, a photo by hegtor on Flickr.

A supporter of punk band "Pussy Riot" on the picket not far from court building in Moscow, April 19, 2012. Three members of the all-woman punk band "Pussy Riot" were detained on February 21, 2012, after they stormed into Moscow's main cathedral to sing a protest song against President-elect Vladimir Putin and criticised the Russian Orthodox Church's support for Putin.

11 апреля 2012 г.

Задержание Евгении Чириковой на Красной площади в Москве, 8 апреля 2012

Police officers detaing Yevgenia Chirikova, leader of the Eco-Defense movement, during an unathorized opposition rally on Red Square. Participants held a rally to protest against the policies of the current Russian authorities and to encourage people to join them in the so-called "March of the millions" planned for May 6 on the eve of the inauguration of President-elect Vladimir Putin.

Илья Пономарев и Дмитрий Гудков на пикете на Красной площади в Москве в поддержку Олега Шеина

State Duma deputies Ilya Ponomarev (R-L) and Dmitry Gudkov on a picket in
Red square n Moscow to support Oleg Shein, mayoral candidate for opposition
party "A Just Russia" in Astrakhan, who has been on hunger strike since
March 19 in protest at alleged voting violations in the mayoral election.

16 марта 2012 г.

Алексея Козлова выводят из здания Пресненского суда в Москве

Entrepreneur Alexei Kozlov is escorted after a court session
in Moscow March 15, 2012. Kozlov, the husband of Olga Romanova, one of the
anti-Putin protest organizers, received a five-year jail sentence on fraud
charges. He had already served three years in jail, so will serve two more
years. Dozens of Kozlov's supporters say the charges are a punishment for
political activities. Putin's critics fear he will crack down on his
opponents following his election triumph and smother protests sparked by
anger at allegations of fraud in the presidential election and in a
parliamentary poll won by his party on Dec. 4.

10 марта 2012 г.

Путин плачет во время выступления на Манежной площади в Москве, 4 марта 2012

Russia's current Prime Minister and presidential candidate Vladimir Putin (L) has tears in his eyes as he stands nearby, while President Dmitry Medvedev addresses supporters, during a rally in Manezhnaya Square near the Kremlin in central Moscow March 4, 2012. Vladimir Putin won a resounding victory in Russia's presidential election on Sunday, exit polls showed, securing a new six-year term in the Kremlin and a mandate to deal with opposition protests after a vote that opponents said was marred by fraud.

29 января 2012 г.

Автопробег "Белое кольцо" в Москве

Participants and their cars as they take part in "The White Ring", a protest motor rally, with white balloons and other white objects attached to their vehicles, in Moscow January 29, 2012. The rally was organised to protest against violations at the parliamentary elections in December 2011 and to encourage people to join the upcoming "For Fair Elections" demonstration on February 4, according to organizers.