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In the area the volcano Mutnovsky drops out from 3 to 15 meters of snow depending on the district. 2012 stood out low-snow and warm to the Kamchatka measures. At the end of July journey to a volcano completely thawed, and usually it occurs not earlier than the end of August. Thanks to it the majority of snezhnik which lie in raspadka very strongly thawed, though the thickness of some reaches 10-15 meters. And as the biggest snezhnik never completely conceal, under them such caves are formed here.

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Entrance in a cave in length near 300-from meters. As a rule it is filled completely up with snow.

  • September 12th, 2012
  • Canon 5D mark III
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At the beginning thickness of snow small and light getting through it creates amazing paints.

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Treasury.

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In a cave there are small lateral entrances.

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Central hall.

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Self-portrait.

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At the end the cave rests against small 5-6 meters falls

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For comparison same falls exactly 3 years ago.

  • September 1st, 2009
  • Canon EOS 500D
  • 18mm / f/22 / 1/5 sec
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And this cave is under one of the biggest on thickness of the snezhnik, more than 6 meters.

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