Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

In the Russian Far East it is already rather cold but the Japanese Sea is not covered with ice yet. The temperature has fallen to -15 C (5F) and when it combines with the strong wind offshore structures get a thick ice coat. The pictures were taken in the city of Vladivostok.

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

It reads: “Shooting Range”.

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Expecting the Sea to Freeze Over

Those offshore structures already cannot be used for their direct purposes.

Location: Vladivostok

via vladivostok

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