There is a wonderful photographer from St. Petersburg Ksenia Diodorova. She created a fantastic project, called In The Cold. She travelled to a remote village in Tajikistan, which gets cut off in the winter, and lived there throughout this entire isolated period for a month. She took photos and brought them to these Tajiks' children in Moscow, who are migrant workers there, and photographed them as well. Ksenia is great, everyone helped her out, she put a lot of work into it. It was a sort of response to all these groaning photographers – complaining that no one needs them, and no one prints them. She found a brilliant way around this, demonstrating that instead of crying you just need to get up and act. If you want to get something, you have to give something first.