Moscow Appears to Ethereally Float Above the Clouds During Winter

Moscow Appears to Ethereally Float Above the Clouds During Winter

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 . . .