September Yugoslavia (now Serbia). A Soviet Russian built ZIM-12 in the Terazije,
the heart of Belgrade. The design for the car was similar to that of two American
models, a Cadillac and a Buick. ZIM 12s were made for State executives by the
Gorky Automotive Plant. The street has a much older pedigree and the name stems
from the days of the Ottoman Empire when it was a centre for distributing water.
Here I was standing in an open top 4 x 4 pacing the ZIM.
MPP Microflex Twin Lens Reflex with F3.5 77.5mm Taylor Taylor Hobson lens. Film
Kodak Verichrome Pan at F8 - 1/ 300 second. Developed by hand in a village in
India using May and Baker Promicrol at normal dilution with water from the local
Yugoslavia 60-02-05 © Tony Morrison