A young kamchatka bear taking a peek through the bushes, carefully assessing the situation. These bears are among the largest ones on our planet, so standing only 50 metres away from them was a humbling experience.
It’s not the most diverse fauna on Kamchatka, but nevertheless it’s a paradise to spot wildlife. This curious, beautiful red fox explored the ash fields close to our campsite on Tolbachik volcano.
11 days ago
Kamchatka is one of the wildest places on our planet. Here you find the highest density of active volcanoes, with 28 of the 160 volcanoes of the peninsula showing volcanic activity. The Tolbachik volcano erupted in 2013 for the last time, forming this gigantic cinder cone. Distantly you see the main peaks of this complex volcano: left, the Ostry Tolbachik, an inactive stratovolcano of 3682m, flanked by Plosky Tolbachik, the active shield volcano at 3065m height.
14 days ago
Pretty in pink. It’s not that often that I am that surprised by wildlife in Germany, but when I heard about - and saw - wild flamingos in Northrhine-Westfalia, I definitely was. On that day we decided to spend it among the birds of the Muensterland region, spotting a few storks as well.
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1 month ago
Wether under a full moon or in the warm light of sunset - the picturesque old town of Freudenberg with its half-timbered houses arranged neatly in medieval symmetry did impress me. Such a cozy place. [Ad/Anzeige]