Photographer Went To The Coldest Village On Earth To Take Breathtaking Photos

Located in the heart of Siberia, in Russia, the village of Oymyakon is considered to be the coldest inhabited place on Earth. A temperature of -90 °F (-67.7 °C) was recorded there back in 1933, the lowest recorded temperature for any permanently inhabited spot in the world. New Zealand-based photographer Amos Chapple decided to go there and capture a series of beautiful photographs showing what life is like inside this 500-person extreme village…

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photos © Amos Chapple | via

3 Comments

  1. How cool but these captured was so nice . Can’t possible such better capturing without a capable photographer .

  2. Its so interesting and memorable post you have made as all photos are really so heart breaking.

  3. Wow very interesting photo

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