People don’t live on the Rybachy Peninsula, where temperatures never rise above +15 C. With normal summer temperatures hovering around +5 C, this climate is too harsh not only for people, but even for trees.Anisia Boroznova
The landscape is formed by rocks breaking abruptly into the sea, and rocky soil covered with moss, lichen, blackberry, and mushrooms. Red whortleberry stands out strikingly against the dull background. Yet, despite its sparse flora, the primeval nature captivates.Anisia Boroznova
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