Klyuchevskaya Sopka Mountain - Russia Photo by Ivan Dementievskiy João Miguel Alves Pestana The image was manipulated... the real is this one: http://iliketowastemytime.com/sites/default/files/imagecache/blog_preview/klyuchevskaya_sopka_volcano_clouds_denis_budkov_preview_0.jpg
Yeah, this one is a real... stretch. It didn't look right from the start. As if mountains with lenticular clouds aren't amazing enough! As it turns out, it is a somewhat less precipitous volcano at Klyuchevskaya Sopka in Russia, a photo taken by Ivan Dementievskiy.
Temperatures the second weekend of December in Yakutia are well below -30° Celsius (-22° F), that is, warm. Ordinarily, this time of year, temperatures drop to around -50 C. One can get used to anything. Besides, thermal underwear, a hat, down parka and gloves will not allow you to perish on the frozen streets.
Many people love art, some are trying to create different attractive pictures, sculptures, different things that are revealing the soul of its creator. But one thing that we should never forget is that the first and the greatest artists is the nature with its stunning creations. One of such creations can be considered the Baikal lake in winter, check out this pictures and see the soul of a true artist.