Fishing season in Kamchatka.

At the Northeast of the Kamchatka peninsula, there is no way of life—just a way of survival.

At the Northeast of the Kamchatka peninsula, there is no way of life—just a wayof survival. The area is frost-free on average only 90-95 days per year and theplace is known for its intense winds.

The main reason for choosing to live in such a distant and harsh place asAchayvayam village is the presence of a valuable food resource – The ApukaRiver, rich with various types of salmon…

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