Kamchatka. The Slipping World
"Kamchatka. The Slipping World" photography exhibition on Tsvetnoy Boulevard
Photography exhibition "Kamchatka. The Slipping World" is open on Tsvetnoy Boulevard in Moscow. In the open air are placed 64 photos by the famous Russian photographer Sergey Gorshkov. For five years he has been photographing wildlife in Kamchatka, he visited the Valley of the Geysers, the Kuril Lake, and other places of the peninsula.
The Deputy Prime Minister of Kamchatka in Moscow Nikolai Pegin noted that on the day before the opening on the territory of Kamchatka events related to the fifth anniversary of the unification of Koryak Region and Kamchatka Oblast were held. "I was asked whether it will promote a tourist image of Kamchatka in Moscow the Russian Federation. I said: you know, you just look at these photos and they tell their own tale, "- said Pegin.
The author of works, Sergey Gorshkov, told that it took him several years to collect the exhibition. "When I first started shooting, I thought one trip would be enough. But I travelled there from year to year, for many years. And I can say that this theme can not be covered. And I hope that one day I'll return back again and continue my project, "- said Gorshkov.
The photo exhibition is open until 11 August, after this exhibition will move to Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky.
Tsvetnoy Boulevard, metro station Tsvetnoy Boulevard
Source: РИА Новости