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I know something about meaning of gestures in different countries, but in this photo I’ve meaned just victory (or visitors :))
I’m standing next to some of the military equipment. 
I don’t know exactly how it’s called but it looks impressive
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Nikon D3000
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200
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f/5
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1/100th
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38mm

I know something about meaning of gestures in different countries, but in this photo I’ve meaned just victory (or visitors :))

I’m standing next to some of the military equipment. 

I don’t know exactly how it’s called but it looks impressive

My new ‘The Mountain” t-shirt.
I know, such kind of photo will be more suitable for Twitter but I like my new tee so much that I want to show it almost everyone :)
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Nikon D3000
ISO
1600
Aperture
f/5,6
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1/8th
Focal Length
52mm

My new ‘The Mountain” t-shirt.

I know, such kind of photo will be more suitable for Twitter but I like my new tee so much that I want to show it almost everyone :)

If I mention “Seventeen moments of spring”, I will tell you about it (as you see I live in Russia so sometimes I’ll tell you about some of the Russian traditions, movies, books, songs etc.).

It was the first true soviet tv-serial (12 episodes). Screenplay is based on the same-name novel by Yulian Semenov. The main hero of both book and movie is Standartenfiihrer (colonel) Max Otto von Stirlitz whose real name is Maxim Isayev - soviet intelligence service colonel who was working in Nazi Germany during the last monthes of World War II. Serial was so popular in Soviet Union (and is popular in Russia) that Stirlitz became the hero of many anecdotes. It’s the best recognition for fictional heroes in Russia :)

Some words about the title.

First of all “smart”. It’s about me. People think I’m smart and I always agree with them :)

Secondly, “hard”. It’s about my favourite music: hard rock, 80s rock, glam rock, heavy metal, power metal ans sympho metal. But I also like instrumental music by Ennio Morricone, Goran Bregovic and Mikael Tariverdiev. The last one is a russian composer who wrote the music for legendary soviet spy movie “Seventeen moments of spring”. By the way, I like the movie too.

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