Wednesday, 7 December 2011

One Cave Dweller

When in 2003, Victor Lyagushin, a certified set designer, took an underwater camera in his hands, he didn’t know that caves would become the passion of his life.

In the picture there is a cave named after Vorsonofeva. It used to be a lake many years ago.

One Cave Dweller

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Victor Lyagushin in a cave.

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Ordynskaya Cave. Water in this cave is this clear if you swim very carefully and slowly.

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Ordynskaya Cave. Without this rope, in the complete darkness, you’ll never find a way out!

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Kungur Cave. It is huge! Look at that tiny man in the distance!

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Kungur Cave. It used to be the bottom of the sea and now it looks like a pile of construction waste.

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In the cave, Mansi people have installed their idol.

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Limestone in Kizelovskaya Cave.

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Speleologists, as a rule, don’t know what their caves look like becuase they explore them by touch. These are photographers who show caves in all their beauty.

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Caves are a different world which you create by yourself by turning your light beam at certain directions.

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