Dacha is a Russian word for cottage, but not really. Dachas appeared around big cities like Moscow and St. Petersburg in second half of XIX century as railway network started growing.
Being dachnic (an inhabitant of dacha) means you move out of the city in May, carrying all your chattels from apartment in a city to your summer house, and coming back late in September when it becomes too cold to live there.
Originally dacha is a place for summer fun and leisure, but in 60s and 70s dachas became place to grow potatoes and other vegetables so people can eat it during the winter.
This series is taken in old-dacha place that appeared in late 20s and presenting 10 photographs of dacha-owners.