David Bowie, May Day Parade, 1973 by Geoff MacCormack

$600.00

David Bowie in Moscow during his journey on the Trans Siberian Express. Bowie is breaking many rules by filming the May Day Parade because of the amount of military equipment on display.

"We were given a list of dos and don'ts when we arrived in Siberia to board the 'Trans Siberian Express' - what we could and couldn't photograph - so David was breaking a whole stack of rules by filming the event, considering the amount of military hardware on show. That's why he's looking a little furtive. "--Geoff MacCormack

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