Siberia is a vast Russian province encompassing most of Northern Asia, with terrain spanning tundra, various forest and mountain ranges including the Ural, Altai and Verkhoyansk. Lake Baikal, in its south, is the world’s deepest lake, circled by a network of hiking paths called the Great Baikal Trail. The Trans-Siberian Railway passes Baikal on its route between Moscow and the Sea of Japan.
I organized and led 2 Photo Workshops to Siberia between 2016 and 2017. Chris Marquardt also participated in this workshop.
Russia has a varying weather condition. Winters vary from cool along Black Sea coast to frigid in Siberia; summers vary from warm in the steppes to cool along Arctic coast.
Russia has an interesting culture. The Russian family is dependent upon all its members. Most families live in small apartments, often with 2 or 3 generations sharing little space.
From the Panorama from the frozen Lake Baikal, the detail Ice on the Lake Baikal, the stunning view of the Ice sculpture with Sunburst, taking a look at the Ice is folding on the frozen Lake Baikal, to Awesome Icicle at the Lake Baikal; Tim Vollmer captured every scene during this wonderful photo workshop displaying the wonderful Landmarks in Russia- Siberia.
Click on the thumbnail to see enlargement of Russia-Siberia Photography portfolio