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Frozen Siberian landscapes by Anton Petrus

January 6, 2015

altai by anton petrus

Russian photographer Anton Petrus has traveled to Altai mountains to take pictures of frozen Multa lake. Altai is a remote range where Russia, Mongolia, China and Kazakhstan come together and numerous lakes are one of its main tourist attractions. The frozen bubbles in the water are fascinating!

Here’s more of Anton’s photos from Multa and also check out his profile on 500px.


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Travel Inspiration  • 

Stone forest in Russia – Lena Pillars

October 6, 2014

Lena Pillars, a natural wonder by the Lena river in far eastern Siberia, looks like a fantasy film set. With miles of stone pillars as high as 300 metres, this one-of-a-kind marvel is a UNESCO World Heritage site since 2012. Millions of years ago the whole area was under the ocean, therefore unique fossils can be found there. The pillars themselves were formed later though, thanks to weathering of limestone of which they consist.

Getting to Lena Pillars national park from Moscow can even take four days, but as you can see, it’s absolutely worth it. The wilderness and remote location of this Siberian wonder make it even more fascinating.