We are back to Kronotsky Nature Reserve, a unique place where one could admire untouched nature of Kamchatka.
The last eruption of this still active volcano took place in 1923. Today the crater is sealed with large boulders.
Presence of few people who live in the reserve can be traced by little houses standing among virgin nature.
The huts hide themselves this way – only the roof can bee seen on the surface.
These huts make the tourist zone of the natural reserve. One is also hidden in the snow.
This one is having fluffy guests.
Evening by a volcano.
Kamchatka is the world of genies.
Foxes are not afraid of people here, they do their daily business and don’t pay attention to two-legged creatures. The most interesting part in foxes’ behavior is the tail. They need it for many different things:
Sail tail to move faster.
Tail as an elevation rudder.
For balancing on two legs.
As an attack banner.
Additional supporting point.
Pennant tail “Everything is mine here”
Glutton is a very cautious animal and it is not as easy to shoot as foxes. It’s active mostly at night, so these pictures are very valuable and pleasant for their proud author.
Location:Kronotsky Nature Reserve