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.