To give an idea of Yakutsk weather in winter, take a look at yesterday’s street photographs. Fog, cold, and frozen snow. Lamps, billboards, and deer. Road signs, traffic lights and slow vehicles. Enjoy 10 winter street photographs from Russia’s Siberian city of Yakutsk.
Merry Christmas, friends! Let this one be happy and full of wonderful miracles! All the best to your family and beloved! Decided to publish another set of Yakutsk winter pictures. Here it is still cold. Frosty and foggy. Cold weather in its extremes. We had a few days with temperatures at -50C and below. We are waiting for the New Year holidays and Orthodox Christmas (Jan. 7). So the following street pics depict our daily life. They were taken on my old mibile phone.
If you are interested in how winter is progressing in its begining in the Siberian city of Yakutsk, look at mobile photos below. This is the same view from a kitchen window of my previous rented apartment. By the way, my family moved to another place, when outside temperature was much below -40C/F. The first picture (above) was taken at midday on Nov. 28, 2010. The temp was -40C. The second photo (below) was done at 9 am on Nov. 30, 2010. Do you see the opposite building?…
Aaaaaaaahhhhh, a real winter with extreme cold weather and fog is coming to the Siberian city of Yakutsk, the world’s coldest city, just in a month. Take a look at my winter photographs of my homeland, the administrative centre of Russia’s Siberian biggest region. Through pictures you might feel the low temperatures.
This video I shot a year ago on Dec. 7, 2008. It was minus 40C only. It has 15679 views on YouTube. This is a big number to me.