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Yamalia Nature

YAMALIA TUNDRA

There is no need to describe the beauty of the northern landscapes. There is absolutely no need to compare tundra scenery to that of tropical islands. Just have a look at the random selection of pictures taken in Yamalia tundra in all seasons.

Sunsets are most breathtaking in cold winter.


Tri-sun halo phenomenon often occurs on a sunny crispy day.


Snow and ice melt by mid-June.

Ptarmigans are still white and well visible.


Late June. Larch trees burst into blossom.


Cotton-wool grass covers tundra.


Bird population increases tremendously each spring with the arrival of migratory birds.

Mushrooms allegedly mutate due to pollution.


Vegetation flourishes during short summer seasons and tundra looks its best in early September.


Sunrises on quiet, windless, foggy, misty, hazy mornings are marvelous.


Drilling rigs are part of the landscape.


 

 

 

 

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