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10 march 2018
Exhibition "A hundred of reserved years" in GUM
Exclusive footage from the largest photo expedition in the history of the Russian reserve management & studies can be appreciated until March 31st  at the 3rd line of GUM . The exhibition "A hundred reserved years" was opened with the support of the charity fund "Beautiful Children in a Beautiful World".
"This is the result of a large trip through the wild & reserved areas of Russia from the Bryansk forest to Kamchatka, which was held from 2013 to 2016. I covered more than 60,000 kilometers," photographer-naturalist Igor Shpilenok says.
The expedition visited 45 territories of the Russian Federation; the shores of the Azov, Japanese, Bering, Okhotsk and White Seas, traveled through the Eastern European Plain, the Southern and Northern Urals, the vast Siberia, Altai, Sayany, Baikal, the Amur, Primorye. The author crossed nine time zones to convey the beauty of Russian wildlife.
He managed to capture the amazing characters: the nomadic saigas from the Caspian region, the everyday life of the Siberian hermit Agafia Lykova, the secret life of bear families in Kamchatka. Each frame is a frozen story.
See you in GUM!

10 march
Exhibition "A hundred of reserved years" in GUM
Exclusive footage from the largest photo expedition in the history of the Russian reserve management & studies can be appreciated until March 31st  at the 3rd line of GUM . The exhibition "A hundred reserved years" was opened with the support of the charity fund "Beautiful Children in a Beautiful World".
"This is the result of a large trip through the wild & reserved areas of Russia from the Bryansk forest to Kamchatka, which was held from 2013 to 2016. I covered more than 60,000 kilometers," photographer-naturalist Igor Shpilenok says.
The expedition visited 45 territories of the Russian Federation; the shores of the Azov, Japanese, Bering, Okhotsk and White Seas, traveled through the Eastern European Plain, the Southern and Northern Urals, the vast Siberia, Altai, Sayany, Baikal, the Amur, Primorye. The author crossed nine time zones to convey the beauty of Russian wildlife.
He managed to capture the amazing characters: the nomadic saigas from the Caspian region, the everyday life of the Siberian hermit Agafia Lykova, the secret life of bear families in Kamchatka. Each frame is a frozen story.
See you in GUM!