Yesterday I was dragged out to Luvenga by my mate Alexandra, who totally disregarded my profound desire to spend Jan. 1 in coach-glued lethargy, and was forced to observe the first true sunrise of the year.
Opened yesterday at the Niva movie theatre in Kandalaksha, and expected to stay on well into 2017.
The author is the famous Boris Vakhmistrov, an avalanche expert from Kirovsk.
In his free time he flies around the Kola Peninsula on a deltaplane taking photos, and is one of the recognized photography masters here.
Found on the VK page of Yura Nikitenko, a Kandalaksha photographer and rap singer.
Warning: the image of the place presented in the video somehow looks better than ground-level reality, where all the trash and tack and grot can’t be easily ignored. But with the end of the tourist season approaching I cannot miss this opportunity to promote tourism, even by somewhat misleading methods.
Colorful autumn continues on the south coast of the Kola Peninsula. I looked at these views for 1.5 hours last night on the coast between Kandalaksha and Luvenga.
The Murmansk Regional History Museum is coming to Kandalaksha with a display of about 50 photos, mostly old black-and-white, describing the history of the Petrozavodsk to Murmansk railroad from the beginning of its construction in 1915 to the present day. The exhibition will be held in the Kandalaksha Museum (ulitsa Pervomayskaya 40) from July 11 to August 10 2015.
with its head made of a broom, has been noticed in the “Japan” area (old Kandalaksha, now east end) on our way to the sailing regatta yesterday, a report about which is coming up.
Here is another good one:
They have for a couple of weeks. And after about a week from now sun won’t set at all.
A bit about summer in Kandalaksha:
And site administrators for scale.