03/05/2019 @kolskiykray Pavel, thank you so much for this magical evening. Although the chance to see the aurora was not great, your professionalism, confidence in achieving the goal and patience allowed us to see this wonderful natural phenomenon. The "hunt" for the aurora itself also gave us great pleasure. Special thanks for the great photos!
Pavel, we are so happy! There are so many words that I don't know which ones to choose! I thought a lot about what I can see. "Dragon" beach I even dreamed of!) But I didn't imagine even a tenth of what I WOULD FEEL. It is a great happiness that you are so warm and can show so much!
If you urgently need rest, psychologically reboot in a short time... then you need to contact @kolskiykray. We say a huge thank you for professionalism, safety, for interesting and exciting stories about the Kola Peninsula, for your sincerity, human-warmth and delicious food!!! Now we are your fans!!!
I sorted out pictures from the Kola Peninsula. It's all organized by @kolskiykray and they do it very cool! It is not very expensive, not difficult at all and does not require any preparation. In general, it's a must-have.
15/09/18 together with Pavel Ershov @kolskiykray visited an amazing place - Dalniye Zelentsy. Good weather and a slightly sad immersion in the atmosphere of the Soviet past, in contemplation of the remains of architecture on the territory of the village left no one indifferent. And there were also barbecues on the Barents Seaside, picking mushrooms in the tundra vast, a lot of photos for memory. The trip left the most vivid and unforgettable impressions and the desire to repeat this trip again.
The 8-day trip around the Kola Peninsula has come to an end. It was exciting and varied, a great team and the best guide in the face of @kolskiykray, he took us along the route, where we saw the beauty of these hard-to-reach places. So, if you want to know our north in all its glory, you can safely contact this person, he will show, explain and accompany you to his most remote places. It was this point that I wanted to see for two years, a grandiose wall created by nature, with a breach in the center, at one end it goes into the Barents Sea, the other into the land of the Rybachy Peninsula - a monumental creation of nature.
On a cushion of lush green moss, embroidered with purple wolfberry patterns, I watched one of the most beautiful dreams in my life. In this dream, I was shown a lot of elegant and sensually delicious textures, the finest forms, behind which lies the greatest power and rough lines in the fragility of the stone, and all this wealth is deftly juggled by the greatest architect - Nature! My feet touched the elastic, springy surface of the moss of the tundra and instantly there was a feeling of childhood, where I jumped on the crib mattress as a child. My hands touched the velvet of the stones, stroked the taste of the northern sea, collected the concentrates of precious vitamins of lingonberries and blueberries, and then there was a feeling that I was a fairy godmother who, with the touch of my hands, transformed Cinderella for the ball. My eyes soaked up the bright autumn colors of the Tundra, penetrated the gray blue of the Barents Sea, sparkled with neon and violet of the Northern Lights, absorbed the tenderness of stone blocks, and then there was a feeling that my eyes were a portal through which the Universe bestows its wonders on me. My heart became larger, taking care of people, hotter from the emotions of delight, hearing another person, and then there was a feeling that the North is about sensitivity, about fine lines, about undiscovered edges and freedom within borders... It was the most real dream possible!