Public transport system in Lviv is fascinating relict of communism mixed with fast private minibus network. Old, nostalgic tramways and trolleybuses roam the streets, usually with women in charge - both driving and ticket selling, as each wagon has its own lady selling a ride for few cents. Tramways go across beautiful, old and crumbling districts full of spohisticated architecture built in better times.
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NataliaR (0) 2006-05-07 16:17
:)) O yes, how one can forget Lviv old and charming trams! :) It was and is now the cheapest way to go around the city!
Furachan (0) 2006-05-08 10:05
I don't understand the rating system sometimes, Swiatek. I mean this is a superb pic, ya know? I've seen stuff like this in the BETTER "documentary" type pages of Nat Geo. One tiny detail: the way she turns part way towards you (us) and her lipstick.
Brilliant...so let me add my 2 cents here at least.
Polonaise (5802) 2006-05-09 15:11
There is everything I like in this kind of photography right in there. The scene itself, your compo, the way you've decided to present this beauty to us.
I'm kinda pissed-off though, for not being able to give you more than two 'mordkas'
hayzen (1017) 2006-05-12 17:03