When temperatures drop and the sun starts to set, Moscow’s skyline undergoes a breathtaking transformation. During the winter months, the capital city is occasionally blanketed by a dense fog, making its skyscrapers appear to float among the clouds. Russian photographer Dmitry Chistoprudov has captured the captivating phenomenon in a series shot from up above cloudy Moscow.
The stunning photographs offer a unique bird’s-eye view of the fog-covered city at dusk. To snap the striking, sky-high shots, Chistoprudov camped out in the icy observation deck of the 340-meters-tall Ostankino television tower. From there, he . . .