I was at this museum to shoot panoramas, but when i was about to start, i was caught by the atmosphere. I just stood and could not believe my eyes.
The sight was horrible. I was sure that it would be the most difficult task to make good and emphatic photos. How can i transport what i saw and felt there?
I thought the work would be finished within a few hours, but i spent almost the whole day working there. I made panoramas from the basement up to the roof.
A lot of innocent people died in these days, and you can feel it if you're inside these walls. I felt like i was there, living at that very time. This exposition is for everyone to see and understand! I'm happy that i can show a fraction of it to others. Touring the rooms, i understood a lot of things better!
The panorama i chose for the WWP captures the feeling of living through that time. Imagine the army driving tanks like this one into the civilian protestors, who in turn fought them with Molotov cocktails. Madness.
This visit was a moving experience. The innocent victims deserve such a museum in their memory.
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