Russian Southwest beaches

This here is Dolzhanskaya Kosa (or Dolgaya) – a spit 50 kilometers from Yeysk town, deviding Azov sea and Taganrog Bay. Essentially it’s a long uncultured beach, where the first thing to catch your eye is the primal, primitive trait to local Life on the Beach, existing next to these super progressive ‘fruits of civilization’. But the shoreline in general reminds of some post-apocalyptic landscape or famous D.Defoe book.

// 2014