#everydayeasterneurope – Jeden Tag ein Blick aus Osteuropa

Der eiserne Vorhang ist weg, doch Osteuropa bleibt uns verschlossen. Auf Instagram sehen wir nun Bilder einer melancholisch schönen Region.

Collage von Mark Heywinkel Einzelbildernachweis: @everydayeasterneurope auf Instagram

Die Fotografin Tina Remiz hat das Projekt angestoßen: Jeden Tag veröffentlichen Fotografen Smartphone-Fotos von und aus Osteuropa. Ziel ist es, den ganz normalen Alltag zu zeigen. Gepostet werden die Fotos auf einem eigens eingerichteten Tumblr sowie auf Instagram. Sie zeigen hauptsächlich Straßenszenen mit jungen und alten Menschen in Moldavien, Menschen auf zugefrorenen Flüssen in Moskau oder Gebete während einer Busreise – immer schwingt etwas osteuropäische Schwermut mit. Auch der Architektur-Clash, den Sergey Korovainyi gern in seinen Fotos zeigt, wenn er Plattenbauten vor traditionellen Holzhäusern fotografiert ist interessant und trotz aller Fremdheit gar nicht so weit weg. Also, schnappt euch eine saure Gurke, gießt euch heimlich etwas Wodka aus dem Flachmann und scrollt euch ein bisschen durch das melancholisch-schöne Osteuropa.

Friends chilling. #gudauri #smoking #drinking #gudauriskiresort #smoke #lightfromawindow #cafe #friends #guys #husband #white #travel #georgia #georgiacountry #vacationonmonday #kancheli #sokri Photo by: @darosulakauri

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Balloon seller, Ljubljana, Slovenia. Photo by @photosbyiman

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People resting during their weekend on Vologda river in Vologda, Russia Picture by @sergeykorovainyi for @everydayeasterneurope #everydayeverywhere #everydayeasterneurope #Russia #vologda #north #vologdaregion

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The bubble-maker in #Ljubljana #Slovenia. Photo by #RachelOBrien / @robr1 #everydayeasterneurope

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In many parts of the world people from small villages organise selling spots next to highways. They sell whatever they can. I saw matresses, furniture, sculptures, and of course products grown or gathered by locals. In summer there are lots of vegetables, mushrooms and berries. In winter in Russia it is usual to see dried mushrooms, jam. And here are furs and stuffed heads. They also had traditional "brooms" ("veniki", bunches of branches from specific trees, used to whip each other in sauna) and lard. Moscow region, Russia, 2016 Photo by Mark Boyarsky / @itricky for @everydayeasterneurope #everydayeverywhere #everydayeasterneurope #markboyarsky #taxidermyforsale #furs #russianwinter

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Professor fray Ivan explains to first graders the first conjugation of well known verb amo, amare.. to love in future tense.. at class of Latin in Franciscan Classical Gymnasium in Visoko. Photo by Jasmin Brutus (@jasminbrutus). #visoko #bosnia #balkans #balkan #easterneurope #everydayeverywhere #everydayeasterneurope #alone #fray #love #school #latin #education #amo #amare #amour #valentinesday #fromeasterneuropewithlove #backtoschool #conjugation #future

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Social landscape of the outskirts of Ivano-Frankivsk, Western Ukraine Picture by Serhii Korovainyi/@sergeykorovainyi for @everydayeasterneurope #everydayeasterneurope #everydayeverywhere #Ukraine #Ivanofrankivsk

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Carpathian mountains, Ukraine Picture by Serhii Korovainyi /@sergeykorovainyi for @everydayeasterneurope #everydayeasterneurope #everydayeverywhere #Ukraine #Carpathian #Carpathians #Bukovel

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Street scene. Arad, Romania, 2016. Photo by Ciprian Hord/@ciprianhord for @everydayeasterneurope #everydayeverywhere #romania #ciprianhord #outofthephone #hikaricreative

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Angry bird resting after the party. #Georgia #birthdayparty #georgiannewyear #newyear #christmastree #interior #decorations#colors #angrybird #birthdayboy #georgiacountry Photo by: @darosulakauri

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Winter in Zemo Adjara region, Georgia. Most villages in the mountains are abandoned during winter. Photo by: @darosulakauri #snow #winter #georgia #houses #mountains #coveredinsnow #adjara #zemoadjara @goderdziresort #goderdzi

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A woman prays during a pilgrimage at Arsenie Boca's grave at Prislop monastery. Arsenia Boca was a Romanian orthodox monk, theologian and artist. During the communist regime he was persecuted, arrested several times and banned from monasticism. Prislop, Romania, 2015. Photo by Ciprian Hord/@ciprianhord for @everydayeasterneurope #everydayeverywhere #romania #ciprianhord #arsenieboca #prislop

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Disveli village, Kartli. A boy with a toy gun, her sister in the background. Eco-migrant family from Adjara. #georgia #ecomigrants #disvelivillage #villagepeople #villagelife #toygun #boy #sister #brother #siblings #adjarians #travel #color Photo: @darosulakauri

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