Kotuikan river is located in the Krasnoyarsk region of Russia. It is 237 km (147 miles) long. Its catchment area is almost four thousand square kilometres (2,5 thousand of miles). In summer the river becomes more shallow and its body starts looking different. The twisted artery cuts the Anabar plateau into intricate patterns, reveals ancient rock formations and attracts numerous tourists who should put their tents high over the water and fix their rafts well.
The Anabar plateau from the helicopter.
Russian “horseshoe” of the Anabar.
Lookalike place in American Colorado.
Yeah, there are bears there, but the photographers didn’t meet them this time…