The Impossible Project’s film does not cope well with cold climates, so hats off to David Gilkey, who used it to document wintry life aboard the Trans-Siberian Railway. The premodern-looking sepia images are uncannily appropriate for this setting, evoking as it does an era when travel (like photography) was far more difficult than it is today. Slideshow here at npr.org.
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