10 Flying Over the Untouched Land

Flying Over the Untouched Land

Posted on September 20, 2012 by team


This summer was a hard time for the land of Kazakhstan. It brought various incidents which ended with a terrible fire that destroyed one of the most beautiful places of Central Asia - mountain resort Medeo. Many zones are still under the threat of fire. Planes kept flying over the region for all the summer period and one journalist often joined them to collect some material about the nature of south-east Kazakhstan and take photos of the region. Some of them are presented in this post.


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The Issyk river

Valley not far from the border with Kyrgyzstan.

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10 Responses to “Flying Over the Untouched Land”

  1. Maesrobert says:

    Outstanding images – although a few look quite photoshopped for colour, tone, saturation, etc.

  2. Tiger says:

    Whoose idea was it to put a stadium in the valley?

  3. Gordsky says:

    This beautiful subject material spoiled by that childish oversaturated HDR photography. H

  4. Gordsky says:

    This beautiful subject material spoiled by that childish oversaturated HDR photography. Please find a real photographer to record this beautiful natural resource. Russia is a remarkably beautiful place and should not be spoiled by work like this. Love ER, hate HDR!

  5. John from Kansas says:

    Wonderful photos of a beautiful country.

  6. rtqwd$ says:

    Stadium is famous for world records in ice skating

  7. komar says:

    Thank you for this impressions.otchen kraciwy

  8. viktor says:

    Yakshimash!

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