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Primeval landscapes of Russia
The author's photo-expedition project
“Primeval landscapes of Russia”
This project is a part of a more global project “Primeval Planet”.
The main concept of the project: The primeval surface of the Earth is the greatest value and heritage of the mankind.
The main goals and objectives of the project: To show primeval beauty of Russian territories, landscapes and natural objects.
The main goals and objectives of expeditions on the territory of Russia: Photo-expeditionary exploration of the Russia’s territories; professional photo session of territories, landscapes and natural objects, which are gently affected by human activity, slightly explored, difficult to access and aesthetically attractive. At a later date video filming is planned. Materials from the expeditions will be delivered to viewers by different ways: exhibitions, publications, photo albums, Internet-projects, etc.
Some expeditionary plans within the project “Primeval landscapes of Russia”:
- Vilyuiskoe plateau. Landscapes of mesas. Smaller prototype of Venezuela’s “tepui”.
- The Moma river and the Moma’s ice crust. The largest river ice crust in the world.
- Putorana plateau. The world of lakes and waterfalls. The less explored central and eastern parts. The river Kotuyi.
- Anabarskoe plateau. Stone sculptures.
- The Chersky’s mountain range. The Buordakhsky’s mountain massif. The highest mountain massif of north-eastern part of Russia.
- The Verkhoyansky mountain range. One of the broadest mountain systems in Russia, almost unsettled area.
- The Koryakskoe highland. One of the most difficult to access mountain systems in Russia. Koryakskoe coast with deep bays.
- Novaya Zemlya. Closed landscapes of Russia.
- Taymyr peninsula. The most northern continental point of the Earth. The Byrranga mountain range and Lake Taymyr.
- Severnaya Zemlya. Ice landscapes of Arctic islands.
- Chukchi Peninsula. Mountains and shores of a remote land.
- Taigonos peninsula. Wild landscapes of unsettled peninsula.
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