For several months I dreamed about visiting Vorkuta and seeing what it is like to live in the Arctic Circle, where you can’t get by car as there are no roads. And here I am, in the city of my dreams, which lives the same life as it did 50 years ago and is almost dead… Read More
A sacred forest wrapped in the mystery and legends of the Khasi population. A magical forest that envelops, swallows and hides from the eyes of ordinary tourists.
Here are several shots of abandoned places that I managed to capture on my journey through the beautiful Abkhazian land. No footprints, no history.
Finally, after hundreds of abandoned places, I managed to reach my final destination: Akarmara.
In search of the abandoned Ferris wheel in Ochamchira, I stop the night for an exploratory tour of the city the next day.
After the train station, it was as if I had entered in a snowball: one after the other the abandoned places appeared from the ground like mushrooms.
On April 6, Belarus opened the Chernobyl zone for tourists. We did our research to get more information, and discovered, what was opened, how to book a tour, and how much it will cost.
On 26th April the world will remember the Chernobyl catastrophe that happened 33 years ago. Together with our friend Vladimir Litovchenko we will show you how the Zone lives today and in which condition it is. Enjoy! Read More
Somewhere in the depths of Dagestan, unreachable by any means of transport, a small village settled down. Many years ago here was a large Avar settlement, inaccessible to any enemies. Today there are only bare walls, and the beauty and the silence that echoes from the mountains around.