8 Russian North In Photographs

Russian North In Photographs

Posted on May 24, 2012 by team


Amazing photographs from a National Geographic contest “Russian North”. Freshening Russian beauty.

“Marble canyon” nature reserve, Pitkyarantsky district, Karelia

North wind

Ladoga skerries

Tervu bay, Karelia

“Lonely in the wild North”

Tikhvinsky district, the Leningrad region

Lake in Khibiny, the Murmansk region

Syssoyla village, Karelia

Abandoned weather station, Teriberka village, the Kola Peninsula

Wrecks in the port. Teriberka village, the Kola Peninsula

Krasnaya gorka (Red hill)

The White Sea, Yagry island

Maselga village, Kenozerye national park.

Waterfall in the Red rocks. Teriberka village, the Murmansk region

The sea. Teriberka village

Polar poppy. Spring in Khibiny

Winter sun. Khibiny, the Kola Peninsula

Chapel in Vershinino. Kenozerye park

Early rays, Ladoga lake, Karelia

Lonely boat, Karpovo village, Kenozerye park

Evening Kuniyok, Khibiny

Church in Oshevenskoye village, the Kargapol district

Engozero lake. White nights in Karelia

Khibiny.

Khibiny

Seidozero lake

Magic of light, the Kola Peninsula

Teriberka village

The Arctic ocean, the Rybachy peninsula

White bird of the White Sea. Volosyanaya mountain

Saimaa channel near Vyborg

Saimaa channel near Vyborg

The best work of the contest – Evening yard in Veliki Ustyug

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8 Responses to “Russian North In Photographs”

  1. saurabh says:

    Awesome photos. Keep it up.

  2. OldBikr says:

    Excellent photos. Lovely subject matter.

  3. red cloud says:

    large size or GTFO

  4. Dan says:

    Beautiful landscape pictures, but aaaggghhhh i’m HDR-blind for the rest of the weekend.

  5. Tovarich Volk says:

    These are all excellent photos.

  6. Anastasis says:

    Ssssss…..

  7. todd says:

    Great job fellas your country would be so intersting to visit

  8. Make says:

    Lot of Finnish places now in Russia

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