Mar 25, 2010

"And, indeed, when you close your eyes and try to rekindle memories of this country where you spent four months, you don't imagine yourself in Washington with its gardens, columns, and full collection of monuments, nor in New York with its skyscrapers and its poor and rich, nor in San Francisco with its steep streets and suspension bridges, nor in the mountains, factories, or canyons, but at such an intersection of two roads and a gasoline station against a ground of wires and advertising signs." by Ilya Ilf and Evgeny Petrov, two soviet satirical authors, who got to visit the U.S. and take a road trip across the country during the Depression Era.

photos were taken by Ilya Ilf.

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