November 20, 2014, in Moscow's Alexander Garden (near Borovitsky gate) was opened a new monument. It is a monument to Emperor Alexander I, whose name is Alexander Garden and because this garden was laid out on the orders of the Emperor.
The monument is a sculpture of Alexander I in dress uniform standing on a pedestal. In the hands of the emperor holds the sword beneath his feet lies the enemy weapons on the shoulders of a cloak thrown over. Opposite the monument installed bas-relief depicting the Battle of Borodino and other battles, as well as Alexander himself, Seraphim of Sarov, and two churches - the Cathedral of Christ the Saviour and the Kazan Cathedral.
Sculptor: People's Artist of Russia Salavat Shcherbakov
Variations on a theme «...with a film across Moscow»
Camera: Zenit-35F (Lens: Minitar-1; ƒ8; Shutter Speed: 1/125 sec.)
Film: Kodak GC/UltraMax 400 Color Negative Film
film expired for 5 years
Photo taken: April 10, 2015
This is a scan copy of the original paper print 10x15, without any processing. In the «as-is».
Printing on fotomachine: Noritsu QSS 2901
Matte Photo Paper Kodak Royal Digital Paper
Scanner: Canon CanoScan Lide 90 (2400 dpi; 3,8 D; 48 bit)