3 Photos Of Kamchatka Taken From Space

Photos Of Kamchatka Taken From Space

Posted on March 4, 2012 by kulichik

Nikolai Rerikh, a Russian painter, philosopher and traveler, has never been to Kamchatka. Nevertheless, the photos presented in the Schelkovskaya Art Gallery are called ‘Kamchatka and Rerikh’. Let us find out the reason for that.

The author of the photos is Alexander Ivanchenkov, the  Pilot-Cosmonaut of the USSR. His first exhibition ‘Earth Is Our Home’ was opened on 12 December 2008.

‘Rerikh, Kamchatka’, 18.07.2007. The photo resembles Rerikhs’ pictures very much. It is really difficult to take photos of Kamchatka because of changeable weather. Time factor is also important as when they go to be in Moscow, a morning starts in Kamchatka. If you want to get nice photos you need either to get up early or go to bed late. Luck is also important here.


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3 Responses to “Photos Of Kamchatka Taken From Space”

  1. Daniel says:

    Marvelous photos!

  2. banditrider says:

    amazing photo’s

  3. Augis says:

    Wow! Incredibly beautiful pictures!

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