Things.

Lena zoned out hard, locked in on a string. Ready to kill.

Lena zoned out hard, locked in on a string. Ready to kill.

Lena blasting off.

Lena blasting off.

I had no idea that this picture was being taken, but it looks like it came straight out of a Cure video. Credit to Ann.

I had no idea that this picture was being taken, but it looks like it came straight out of a Cure video. Credit to Ann.

I finally had my camera nearby when some helicopters flew over. I was only able to catch one of them though. Me and Ann were at her grandma’s house in Kerch helping her out with ins and outs when we heard a helicopter flying over as they’ve been doing pretty often along with massive drive throughs of military APCs, personnel carriers, gas trucks, and so on. Unfortunately I haven’t had my camera on me to catch one of those but I hopefully will. These helicopters make rounds pretty often and fly pretty low. Low enough to see their gun setups. I feel like I’m playing the first Metal Gear Solid, about to take on the HIND D.

This is Ann’s grandma, Valentina Kuzmenko. We went to Ann’s hometown Kerch to pay some visits and to get the Russian passport transition in motion. While we were there, I had the chance to interview her grandparents on old-school Crimea, the USSR, Kerch, and so on. This lady here, she was born and raised in Siberia but moved to Kerch when she was young to get some work. That work led to working on a ship patrolling around Vietnam supplying food. According to her, she’s Russian with a “Siberian soul.”

This is Ann’s grandma, Valentina Kuzmenko. We went to Ann’s hometown Kerch to pay some visits and to get the Russian passport transition in motion. While we were there, I had the chance to interview her grandparents on old-school Crimea, the USSR, Kerch, and so on. This lady here, she was born and raised in Siberia but moved to Kerch when she was young to get some work. That work led to working on a ship patrolling around Vietnam supplying food. According to her, she’s Russian with a “Siberian soul.”

This is what Russian dreams are made of.

This is what Russian dreams are made of.

Post-Russian Moonshine, post-Russian birthday drunk. The morning hurt. Still alive, still can’t escape this cat.

Post-Russian Moonshine, post-Russian birthday drunk. The morning hurt. Still alive, still can’t escape this cat.

asker

Anonymous asked: You didn't by chance happen to record the other bands at the tigers jaw show in GR did you? Cain Marko and captain! we're sinking!

I did, but the hard drive that I had the dump stored to crashed a year or so ago. Sad times.

Some trenches at Sapun-Gora in Sevastopol. Lots of killing went down here in the 1940s between Soviet and German soldiers.

Some trenches at Sapun-Gora in Sevastopol. Lots of killing went down here in the 1940s between Soviet and German soldiers.

~9 Independent frames. Sapun-Gora. This view was supposedly the way Germans came into Sevastopol. From the point I’m at is where the Russians stood their ground. Over the hill is tons of barbed wire and trenches. Behind me was huge AA guns, tanks, etc.

~9 Independent frames. Sapun-Gora. This view was supposedly the way Germans came into Sevastopol. From the point I’m at is where the Russians stood their ground. Over the hill is tons of barbed wire and trenches. Behind me was huge AA guns, tanks, etc.

Da phonezone layer.

Da phonezone layer.

The view from our balcony. Sevastopol, Crimea, Russia / Ukraine.

The view from our balcony. Sevastopol, Crimea, Russia / Ukraine.

That bastard of the house, Lena.

That bastard of the house, Lena.

Coffee.

Coffee.

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