Today I would like to present a small set of my photographs from Tbilisi. I really liked Tbilisi because it is a very photogenic city, and people there are extremely kind. I do not judge this selection as a strong one, because there is not enough light and I did not have enough time to actually get inspired by the atmosphere. Let it be as it is, hopefully I will have the chance to complete it in the future.
Original post in Russian-version blog:
My thanks to Anna Sidorova for translating this post in English.
8 thoughts on “Tbilisi, Georgia”
А то Другой показывает всякие министерства и прочую показуху.
это маленкая историческая часть города… город не весь такой, он разный
it’s sad to see people live like that.
You do realize that it’s an old part of town… a very small one and they can always sell their houses for high price (this is a historic part of town in the center of a capital…)
It is sometimes hard for me to view the work of Pavel – I am reminded of the conditions that many of us in the US had to live with 50 years ago. It is so hard for people with no resources to improve their condition, yet Pavel always shows us the optimizism of the people.
why is tsibili so different looking from batumi? is the city poor for resources and run down? why is it so?
uh… it’s a small historic part of the capital. It accounts for maybe… 2-3% of the town… it does not mean that Tbilisi is Rich like… Tokyo… it is not, but I would not call it poor.
As you can see… it is diverse.