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Olga I. Yakovenko
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Russia, Moscow. I make photos when such mood comes.
Kamchatka, on the right - Gorely Volcano, on the left - Mutnovsky Volcano - our aim.
Kamchatka. Way to craters of Mutnovsky volcano; such conic forms appear during frozing and melting of snows and ices.
Kamchtaka. On the left - the canyon "Opasny" (Dangerous). Gaz and vapor gayesers of Mutnovsky. Their temperature gets up to 300 C.
Kamchatka, 2010. I am near a fumarola, which continuously changes its shape. Its temperature is quite high
Kamchatka. Mutnovsky SW crater. In 2000 there occured a big erruption which melted the glacier and formed a hot lake. After 2002 the lake became cold, and it is now covered with ice and snow.
Kamchatka. Mutnovsky volcano. A canyon between the low fumarola field and the two upper craters.
Kamchatka, Mutnovsky volcano. Boiling mud boilers near the Low fumarola field.
Kamchatka. Wine-red part of the slope to the waterfall of Mutnaya river.
Kamchatka. View on the volcano country. The right cone is Opala Volcano. Wine-red slope is a side of a canyon made by Mutnaya river running from the Mutnovsky volcano.
Kamchatka. A fragment of the pass to Mutnovsky craters.
Kamchtaka. Mutnovsky volcano. You may see how forms the Mutnaya river from three smaller rivers running in different canyons. Its water here is hot.
Kamchatka. Mutnovsky volcano. When water gets gaz fumarolas, they become mud boilers with temperatures up to 300 C. Acid gased water breaks rocks, becomes boiling mud and carves holes into the crater bottom, which may be dangerous as they are not always seen.
Kamchatka. Mutnovsky volcano. A barrier between the frozen lake crater and the active one.
Kamchatka. Mutnovsky volcano. The biggest volcanic bombs we have seen.
Kamchatka. A canyon of Mutnaya river downstairs the Mutnovsky volcano. The craters are located under the clouds which are partically normal clouds and partially vapours from fumarolas.
Kamchatka. A part of the way to Mutnovsky volcano.
Kamchatka. A field of gurgling mud on the path to Mutnovsky volcano.
Kamchatka. Glacial bridge over the "young" Mutnaya river.
Kamchatka. Glacier ans snows of Mutnovsky in summer.
Kamchatka, Mutnovsky volcano. Low (near the river bed) fumarola fields with temperatures 150-200 C.
Kamchatka. Active crater of Mutnovsky volcano. It contains the hottest fumarolas (up to 600 C). They are concentrated in the bottom part of the crater and fill it with gazes and vapor, so it is quite difficult to see what is inside. In general, ordinary tourists don't go there, moreover, slopes are abrupt.
Kamchatka. Mutnovsky volcano. A ravine where hot rivers run and mud boilers boil . When the gas from fumarola covers it, this becomes a very difficult part of the way (after filmming I felt inside such cloud, and I prove it).
Kamchatka. 80-m high Mutnaya river waterfall.
Eastern Scheldt Barrier
Esso of Kamchatka
Le Mont Saint Michel
Olga - me
Poltava and Poltavskaya Region
Rosov the Great
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