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For many years Sergey takes pictures of wild nature. And every year his feeling of alarm grows. The world, which he photographs, is in danger now.
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05 Jul 2012 09:47:00
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For many years Sergey takes pictures of wild nature. And every year his feeling of alarm grows. The world, which he photographs, is in danger now.
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10 Jul 2012 10:28:00
Bears. Kuril lake, Kamchatka, Russia

Scene of action: Kuril lake, Kamchatka, Russia. (Photo by Sergey Ivanov)
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24 Nov 2012 13:04:00
Photos by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky. Dinner during haying. Russian Empire, Novgorod province, county Cherepovets, 1909

“Sergey Mikhaylovich Prokudin-Gorsky (August 30 1863 Russian Empire – September 27, 1944 Paris, France) was a Russian chemist and photographer. He is best known for his pioneering work in color photography of early 20th-century Russia”. – Wikipedia

Photo: Dinner during haying. Russian Empire, Novgorod province, county Cherepovets, 1909. (Photos by Sergey Prokudin-Gorsky via US Library of Congress and Prokudin-Gorsky.org)

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24 Jul 2012 12:03:00
A model presents a creation by Ukrainian designer Olena Golets during the Ukrainian Fashion Week in Kiev, Ukraine, 03 February 2018. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA/EFE)

A model presents a creation by Ukrainian designer Olena Golets during the Ukrainian Fashion Week in Kiev, Ukraine, 03 February 2018. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA/EFE)
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10 Feb 2018 06:54:00
A young girl takes selfie with Easter rabbit sculpture during the Easter eggs (Pysanka) and rabbit exhibition in front of St. Sophia Cathedral in Kiev, Ukraine, 05 April 2018. Ukrainians will mark Orthodox Easter on 08 April 2018, according to Julian calendar. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA/EFE/Rex Features/Shutterstock)

A young girl takes selfie with Easter rabbit sculpture during the Easter eggs (Pysanka) and rabbit exhibition in front of St. Sophia Cathedral in Kiev, Ukraine, 05 April 2018. Ukrainians will mark Orthodox Easter on 08 April 2018, according to Julian calendar. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA/EFE/Rex Features/Shutterstock)
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10 Apr 2018 09:03:00
Female metro passengers hold flowers presented to them by metro workers, prior to International Women's Day in Kiev, Ukraine, 02 March 2016. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA)

Female metro passengers hold flowers presented to them by metro workers, prior to International Women's Day in Kiev, Ukraine, 02 March 2016. The hustle and bustle of the morning commute is broken up by an unexpected surprise. The first passengers to step on the train receive – a warm welcome and a pot of flowers. One woman says, “It's very nice. All the running around and then you're given a flower, it's not often. It's very nice. I'm going to take care of this flower”. International Women's Day first emerged from the activities of labour movements at the turn of the twentieth century, in North America and across Europe, it is celebrated on March 08 in many countries around the world. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA)
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03 Mar 2016 11:34:00
Ukrainians jump over a fire in Kiev, Ukraine, 06 July 2017, as they celebrate the traditional pagan holiday of Ivana Kupala. Ivana Kupala is celebrated, during the summer solstice, on the shortest night of the year, marking the beginning of summer and is celebrated in Ukraine, Belarus, Poland and Russia on the night of 06 July. People sing and dance around bonfires, play games and perform traditional rituals. Young people jump over bonfires in order to test their bravery. Couples holding hands jump over the flames to test their love. If the couple does not succeed it is predicted to split up. Traditionally, children and young unmarried women wear wreaths of wild flowers on their heads to symbolize purity. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA)

Ukrainians jump over a fire in Kiev, Ukraine, 06 July 2017, as they celebrate the traditional pagan holiday of Ivana Kupala. Ivana Kupala is celebrated, during the summer solstice, on the shortest night of the year, marking the beginning of summer and is celebrated in Ukraine, Belarus, Poland and Russia on the night of 06 July. People sing and dance around bonfires, play games and perform traditional rituals. Young people jump over bonfires in order to test their bravery. Couples holding hands jump over the flames to test their love. If the couple does not succeed it is predicted to split up. Traditionally, children and young unmarried women wear wreaths of wild flowers on their heads to symbolize purity. (Photo by Sergey Dolzhenko/EPA)
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08 Jul 2017 09:05:00