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Transportation of the Mammoth YUKA from Buustaakh to Yakutsk

spring is coming , and as we are welcoming the warmer temperatures i am showing this photo to you ... as a good memory to my trip trough Yakutia on the Road of bones ... after sunset we could see these superb colors low fogg and the cold blue colors on the snow , that really reflects the actual temperature we had .. around -45 ..

Jan. 3rd, 2013 - With my friends we did one-day winter travel to Lena Pillars Nature Park that is located 180 km south off Yakutsk on the Lena River in Republic of Sakha-Yakutia, Siberia, Russia. 180 km south off the city of Yakutsk. visityakutia.com

World Tour 2013-2014 - day 40

 

When we came back from Oymyakon to Yakutsk we stopped in this incredible lost bar, perhaps the most lonely bar on earth. Actually the drivers we met inside where theory pleasant so despite of this lonely aspect the ambiance is very goos. That's strange but in Russia all the ugly place have a kind of aesthetic balance which give a very beautiful impression.

 

All Siberia lake places were inhabited side the Neolithic. In 3rd century the Huns migrations trough Centre Asia had big influence on migrations of others populations from centre Asia to Siberia. Later some Turkish civilizations migrated there and made the Khakasse Empire, but the north-eastern parts of Siberia kept in a kind of prehistorically lifestyle. Genghis Khan destroyed this Empire at around 1206, leading Siberia civilization to decline. 500 years later some Tatars (old Turkish population integrated in Genghis Khan conquests) migrated to east Siberia and made the Khanat of Siberia (Baikal and Yakutia and Bouriatia are out of it) but where fatly conquered by Ivan the Terrible in 1580 (with help of Cossack, coming from Volga civilization). After Ivan the terrible, Russia continued to progress until Bering Strait since it was interested by fur. Cossack Semion Dejnev arrived in Behring Strait in 1648.

 

View from 12th floor. Yakutsk. str. Petrovsky

World Tour 2013-2014 - day 42

 

We were in a shop in Yakutsk when we started to talk. He gave me authorization to take a closed portrait when we got out but I had to wait that oat of the people of my group finish the incredibly intensive photo-shooting they started taking advantage of the opportunity. Hopefully the guy was very cool.

 

All Siberia lake places were inhabited side the Neolithic. In 3rd century the Huns migrations trough Centre Asia had big influence on migrations of others populations from centre Asia to Siberia. Later some Turkish civilizations migrated there and made the Khakasse Empire, but the north-eastern parts of Siberia kept in a kind of prehistorically lifestyle. Genghis Khan destroyed this Empire at around 1206, leading Siberia civilization to decline. 500 years later some Tatars (old Turkish population integrated in Genghis Khan conquests) migrated to east Siberia and made the Khanat of Siberia (Baikal and Yakutia and Bouriatia are out of it) but where fatly conquered by Ivan the Terrible in 1580 (with help of Cossack, coming from Volga civilization). After Ivan the terrible, Russia continued to progress until Bering Strait since it was interested by fur. Cossack Semion Dejnev arrived in Behring Strait in 1648.

 

Walking along Lenin Avenue. Yakutsk

Transportation of the Mammoth YUKA from Buustaakh to Yakutsk

Taken in Yakutsk, April 2009

Walking along Lenin Avenue. Yakutsk

Yakutian young woman with a scarf on the face

Maya & Yana-Maria - On Lena River near Yakutsk - Sunset photo session, 27/07/2010 - 21:50

Airplane passing over Yakutsk, Russia

  

Yana-Maria - On Lena River near Yakutsk - Sunset photo session 27/07/2010 - 21:52

Jan. 3rd, 2013 - With my friends we did one-day winter travel to Lena Pillars Nature Park that is located 180 km south off Yakutsk on the Lena River in Republic of Sakha-Yakutia, Siberia, Russia. 180 km south off the city of Yakutsk. visityakutia.com

Lenin monument on Lenin Square in Yakutsk, Republic of Sakha-Yakutia, Siberia / Russia.

 

Time: 9.50 am, Dec. 07, 2011.

 

See my photos of one of my regular winter morning, precisely my way from home to a work place at eyakutia.com/2011/12/a-regular-mornings-way-to-the-office...

This is me in the deepest and coldest winter ... waiting for the horse breeder to show his horses .. wonderful sunny daz at -55 C ..

  

This is the forest I would walk through every morning when I lived here.

Don't know why in the picture everything appears so muddy. Maybe, my hand was so shaking, because it was cold, minus 40 degrees Celsius. Or fog was too thick. Whatever it might be, but I like the shot.

 

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A small soviet AA cruiser.

Armament:

8 180mm guns in four double turrets;

16 57mm automatic anti-aircraft guns in 4 quadruple turrets;

20 37mm automatic AA guns in 10 double turrets;

8 533mm torpedo-tubes

2 depth charge rails

 

A what-if ship. This is just a small ship that I built some time ago, using the hull from the kalinin cruiser. I´m going to stop using his kind of hull, made with bricks.

 

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an impression , taken on the first day in Yakutsk just an impression i will be the first of many more photos ... the trip was unforgettable . i can recommend it to anyone the cold is severe but with proper clothes you can be outside and enjoy it !!

Walking along Lenin Avenue. Yakutsk

A little bit lower than 35°

Lenin Square. Yakutsk, Siberia/Russia. Feb. 05, 2009. And, maybe, that's my last photo in this month. My CyberShot Camera is broken.

 

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Identifier: nature3118841885lock

Title: Nature

Year: 1869 (1860s)

Authors: Lockyer, Norman, Sir, 1836-1920. edt

Subjects: Science Science Sciences Biologie Physique Natuurwetenschappen CIENCIA NATURAL HISTORY BIOLOGY SCIENCE

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otice of. 103Wright (T. W.), Geodesy and Measures of Precision, 167 Xingu, Steiners Exploration of the, 300 Yakutsk, Trade in Children in, 397 Yang-tsze-kiang, Col. Prjevalskis Supposed Discovery of the Sources of the, 351Young (Prof. Sydney), Natural Science in Schools, 126 Zeitschrift fiir wissenschaftliche Zoologie, 449 Zhob Valley, Survey of, 109 Ziphiaid, a Fossil, G. Capellini, 618 Zodiacal Light, Red Sunsets and the, Rev. Edward Reynolds, 514Zonula zinnii. Structure of the Eye in, Dr. H. Virchow, 380Zoological Gardens, Additions to the, 17, 42, 65, 71, 91, 109, i37» ]58, 181, 203, 227, 250, 280, 300, 322, 350, 370, 396, 419, 442, 468, 492, 515, 539, 564, 588, 6t2Zoological Society, 71, 119, 163, 305, 355, 403, 474, 523, 617Zoology of the Voyage ol H.M.S. Challenger, Report on the Polyzoa, Geo. Busk, F.R.S., 146Zoology, Elementary Text-Book of, Dr. C. Claus, 191Zoology, Polynomials in, S. Garman, 413Zulus, Measurements of Colour-Sense and Visual Acuteness of, Dr. Ronig, 476 •

 

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A WEEKLY ILLUSTRATED JOURNAL OF SCIENCE To the solid groundOf Nature trusts the mind which builds for ay^ Wordsworth THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 6, 1884 TWO BEE BOOKS A Collection of Papers on Bee-keeping in India. Pub-lished under the Orders of the Government of India, inthe Revenue and Agricultural Department, 1883. (Cal-cutta : Office of the Superintendent of GovernmentPrinting, India, 1SS3.) The Honey-Bee : its Nature, Homes, and Products. ByW. H. Harris, B.A., B.Sc. With Eighty-two Illustra-tions. (London : The Religious Tract Society, 1884.) T^HE thin folio issued by the Indian Government is> very redolent of red-tape, since it contains not onlya large number of reports from forest and districtofficers, and other persons in various parts of India, butalso the whole of the official correspondence, memoranda,and indorsements connected with the same. Moreover,it is almost a misnomer to call it a collection of papers on Bee-keeping, since at least nine-tenths of the reportsstate that domenature3118841885lock

  

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A bus stop. In December. Lenin Square. Yakutsk / Siberia.

 

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These days on Lenins Square in Yakutsk City, Yakutia, Siberia / Russia. The cold winter weather is here. Today we had -44C.

 

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