Photos from the Fifth International Meeting of Cave Photographers, Mine, Japan.
Photos from 4th International Meeting of Cave Photographers, Carlsbad, NM
Here you can download calendar 2017. You can print this calendar, use it for yourself or give it for somebody. You can use any image editor to mark your holidays (there is no holidays ih this calendar except Sundays).
New photo kit test
Last weekends I tested my new photo tools (Canon EOS 60D+Tokina AT-X 116 Pro DX+EOS/M42 adaptor+Yongnuo YN-560 III+2Yongnuo YN-560 IV+Yongnuo YN560-TX). You can see the result here.
All images are 1920 x 1080 px. Downloading and private use is free)
On the 1st of April, 2016 we found the deepest cave of the Russian Far East. It's located in JAO, not far from village Tyoplie Klyuchi. The cave is about 170 meters depth. It's a cascade of 4 shafts with the lake (maybe river) on the bottom. The cave has formations unique for russian Far East - crystallictites. Explorers team: Victor Shadrin, Boris Rusanov, Oxana Polevskaya, Elena Gordeeva, Mikhail Amatnyak, Elena Kochegarova, Andrey Muzyko, Daniel Lee. Cave was called "Oleg Shadrin System" in honour of distinguished Khabarovsk caver Oleg Gennadievich Shadrin (1952 – 2007).
This weekend our team found two new caves in Sikhote-Alin.
Lately we sometimes go to short-time searching expeditions to different parts of the Far East. This time our team explored a karst area near the Dzava river.
We left Khabarovsk in Thuesday evening, lingered for an hour through a traffic jam and arrived to the river too late in the dark. We set up our tents, had dinner and went sleep.
Next morning Boris and Anton took me to Yolka cave (they had found it during their previous visit to Dzava), and then they went to seek for new caves.
Here you can download calendar 2014 (300x450 mm, 300 pix/inch). You can print this calendar, use it for yourself or give it for somebody. You can use any image editor to mark your holidays (there is no holidays ih this calendar except Sundays).
So, finaly I have made my web-portfolio now :)