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

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