Victor Ershov joined the Soviet Union magazine in the mid-60s. He was a very lively and restless young man, obsessed with photography. Another distinguishing feature was that he loved to show his new ‘snapshots’ to everyone in the editorial office, to discuss them and hear people’s opinions. (Just as poets like to read their verses, since having an audience is an insatiable need as far as they are concerned.)
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