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Winter can be quite ruthless and harsh, especially in those parts of the world where the thermometer's thermometer drops to almost the minimum mark, and there is so much snow that there is no transport and it is impossible to leave the house. One such place is Yakutia, a Russian region also known as the Republic of Sakha, where winter temperatures can reach -50 degrees Celsius.Bemorepanda collected some pictures.
1.Cats are the best friends even in the winter time
2.Looks like the end of the world
3.Back in time
4.Husky in his environment
Despite the fact that Yakutia is the largest administrative-territorial unit in the world, the republic's population is less than one million, which makes it one of the lowest in Russia.
5.Ready for the night
7.A walk in the paradise of white
This is hardly surprising, because this region is known for extreme climatic conditions: winters here are the coldest of all regions of the world, not counting those where there is no permanent population.
10.Packed up for a walk
From April to October in Yakutia - winter months. And the temperature difference between the coldest month (January) and the warmest (July) is 70-75 degrees.
14.Perfect time for creation
The absolute minimum temperature almost everywhere in the republic is below -50 ° C.
15.The world left behind
16.The beginning of winter
17.No one outside
Of course, it is difficult for people to survive in such weather conditions, but they do not lose heart and are engaged in mining, reindeer herding, picking berries and gifts of nature, as well as the development of tourism.
18.Dried fish season
20.Going to the work
Yakut photographer Alexei Vasiliev decided to capture the daily life and struggle of the Yakut people, and show what life looks like in such a cold region and what people do to pass the time.
23.Summer in the middle of the winter
Here's what the photographer said:
I used to drink a lot, but I decided to quit and to fill the void left after drinking alcohol, I took up photography. I am glad that photography entered my life and taught me to look at things in a more positive way.