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Karymsky volcano.

Published December 16th, 2012

Air way from Petropavlovs-Kamchatsky to Kronotsky nature reserve passes by Karymsky volcano. It is the smallest volcano (1,536 m or 5,039 ft), but the most "hard-working" one.

Karymsky Volcano in early winter

Snow dusts the smoking Karymsky volcano and lake in October
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  • October 7th, 2005
  • NIKON D2X
  • 0mm / f/0 / 1/4000 sec

Karymsky Volcano in early spring.

Air way from Petropavlovs-Kamchatsky to Kronotsky nature reserve passes by Karymsky volcano. It is the smallest volcano (1,536 m or 5,039 ft), but the most "hard-working" one, always active. See other views of this volcano in this photo-story that I keep updated as I add more photos:

http://500px.com/shpilenok/stories/69005/karymsky-volcano

Volcano.

Air way from Petropavlovs-Kamchatsky to Kronotsky nature reserve passes by Karymsky volcano. It is the smallest volcano (1,536 m or 5,039 ft), but the most "hard-working" one, always active. See other views of this volcano in this photo-story that I keep updated as I add more photos:

http://500px.com/shpilenok/stories/69005/karymsky-volcano

  • September 16th, 2012
  • NIKON D4
  • 27mm / f/5 / 1/3200 sec

Karymsky volcano in fall.

Air way from Petropavlovs-Kamchatsky to Kronotsky nature reserve passes by Karymsky volcano. It is the smallest volcano (1,536 m or 5,039 ft), but the most "hard-working" one, always active. See other views of this volcano in this photo-story that I keep updated as I add more photos:

http://500px.com/shpilenok/stories/69005/karymsky-volcano

  • September 9th, 2012
  • NIKON D4
  • 38mm / f/4 / 1/2500 sec

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