9 Unknown Kazakhstan

Unknown Kazakhstan

Posted on November 15, 2012 by team

You are about to see a collection of photos from the exhibition held in Almaty which is called “Unknown Kazakhstan”. Some photographers made a trip around the country to take unique photographs. Some of them are presented below.

This is the highland plateau Taba Karagai.

This gorge is called Kaindy which means “the birch one”.

The water flooded this grove two centuries ago.

Best shots are taken in the dull weather.

We are not far from the Wooden Lake.

This is the relict asiatic poplar grove.

The landscapes of Singing dunes are impressive.


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9 Responses to “Unknown Kazakhstan”

  1. Erikas says:

    Very nice, especially as my wife and I are planning a trip by car to Kazakhstan next summer.

  2. ho fo sho says:

    Kazakhstan…It’s Nice!

  3. OD1N says:

    What a beautiful nature!

  4. Joanne says:

    Fabulous beauty and skillful photography!

  5. roar says:

    I wish to come there one day!

  6. Martynas says:

    Erikai, parasyk i maila, as ir noreciau vaziuoti. Man tai grynai phototripas turetu buti, nes ziauriai grazios vietos

  7. Martynas says:

    Mano mailas kaskurkada at gmail kom

  8. Scott says:

    Simply amazing! I would love to live there!

  9. aguest says:

    “There is a stereotype about Kazakhstan that its nature is lifeless and full of dreary steppes.”

    That was exactly my impression. Thanks for the beautiful photo-reporting.

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