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3 thoughts on “People Watching In Lviv, Ukraine”
do you ask these people whether it is ok to take their photo beforehand or afterwards, or just snap away? Just curious
These photos look similar to my times people watching in Croatia on a bicycle tour this past summer. Except, no winter coats and instead a laid back summer wardrobe. But I took few photos…
None of these people knew I was taking their photo. I just try to be sneaky.
As an Ukrainian immigrant living in Tucson, AZ, I enjoyed these spirited photos. It was good to be “sneaky” to show us the stability and solidity after the seccession from “Mother Russia” twenty-two years ago. The pictures of this great city are beautiful and show the indelible impact of the 200 year rule of the Austrian Hapsburgs. This is what foreign visitors notice and call Lviv a “little Vienna”. Andrew M. P.S. Mozart’s son Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart lived here and was the symphony conductor. P.P.S. I still own a house in what was formally called Kaisewald.
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