8 Unearthly Beauty of Kamchatka

Unearthly Beauty of Kamchatka

Posted on March 28, 2011 by team

Does this landscape look like an alien one? Of course, this is the Earth. It is simply the Kamchatka Peninsula famous for its wild beauty.

The pass Vilyuchinsky and a rather destroyed road.

The top of the volcano with height more than 2.000 meters.

You can see the steam emission in the left part.

Such beautiful views appear after the pass.

Landmarks are located to indicate the right direction in winter. But sometimes the snow level is so high that landmarks become invisible.

Gorely volcano in action.

Some tourists settled at the volcano foot.

Dry lakes. At times streams spread there forming a fantastic view!


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8 Responses to “Unearthly Beauty of Kamchatka”

  1. testicules says:


    Cool pics

  2. Unknown says:


  3. zjoske says:

    Very nice pix

  4. oernii says:

    hice HDRs. a little-bit overdone, but still very nice.

  5. Adolfo Camara says:

    Was that a jackal?

  6. Musa says:

    Damn this place is beautiful! I would love to go check this out.

  7. Satyajit says:

    What’s with the overprocessed look?

  8. Nosecicles says:

    Great scenery, but the pictures are so contrasty they actually hurt your eyes, and inspire a slight headache.

    Also, WTF is the point of constantly having such uncompressed pictures on ER 300-500k, when they’ve been sized less than 800x600px? Its a waste of bandwidth, and makes this site horrifically slow for everyone, other than the broadband connected urban dregs of humanity.

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