Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Tundra is the name of the forests that can’t become full-scale forests because of lack of sun light. They are normal in the Northern-most parts of countries of the Northern hemisphere. Russia and Canada are probably the countries with the most tundra forest, and when the autumn comes to those places (it comes there early, in August) they prepare to shed their small and not very abundant leaves and at this moment it turns into a colorful sight which can best be appreciated from above. So Vladimir, the photographer, has taken a helicopter trip over the Russian tundra and taken these photos that we have here today.

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Flying Above the Autumn Tundra

Thanks to Vladimir. He promises he will get back to the tundra in the future and so we await the new photos.

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3 thoughts on “Flying Above the Autumn Tundra”

  1. Great pics. Would love to take a trip to some of the rivers there with a flyrod in July or June, and with a lot of mosquito “oil” in the rucksack.

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