After working a lot on my colour photos I finally found time to return to the analogue black and whites. Here is a selection of images I took in August during the trip to Ukraine and Moldova. Represented are Jewish cemeteries in Chişinău (Kishinev), Orhei and Vadul-Raşcov (Vadul Rashkov) in Bessarabia/Moldova, cemeteries in Rîbniţa (Rybnitsa) and Raşcov (Rashkov) in the break away “state” of Transnistria, as well as the former synagogue of Sniatyn in Galicia, Ukraine.
Returning to Moldova in August was in a way an echo of the longer trip in March and April. If you want to learn more about both trips, please have a look here: https://vanishedworld.wordpress.com/category/bessarabia/
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Loving Vadul-Raşcov – need to go!