Grandma Bert tried awfully hard to get a photo of the Snickers trolley. Toward the rear it says in Russian, "need more nuts?"
Up near Rechnoy Vokzal, the underground passage across the street was being re-built, so pedestrians had to cross from a makeshift metal and wooden bridge. Grandpa Roy took this photo of the constant flow of traffic along Leningradskoye Shosse headed toward downtown Moscow. The M/S Rossiya was docked to the right of this photo about 1/2 mile away. The traffic crawled along at very low speeds although the speed limit was much higher.
Camera: EASTMAN KODAK EASYSHARE Z710 ZOOM DIGITAL CAMERA | Date: 1/3/06, 11:24 AM | Exposure: 1/160s | Aperture: ƒ/3.3 | Focal Length (35mm): 218mm
Billboard advertises an "international festival of military cinema named after Yu.N. Ozerov, sponsored by the Russian Federation Culture Ministry, the Union of Russian Federation Cinematographers and the Only Art Studio, with the suppo9rt of the Moscow Government from 14 through 18 October 2012 in Moscow at the Korolyovskiy Concert Hall."