Snow tunnels in Kamchatka

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At the foot of Mutnovsky Volcano lingering snow for years, mild winters and warm summers have set up an amazing formation of snow caves and tunnels. The thickness of the slab ranges from 6 feet after such a thin layer of snow, the rays of the sun break through creating a unique gallery of color.
Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Mutnovsky Volcano

Tags: volcano color tunnel cave winter Mutnovsky Kamchatka snow photography
Posted by creoflick 3 years, 9 months ago from: http://ratbud.livejournal.com/

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