Check out the Most Breathtaking and Stunning Scenic Photographs of Russian Nature Photographer Ivan Kozorezov


Ivan Kozorezov is a photographer from Moscow Russia whose passion for mountain tapestries is unparalleled. In terms of beautiful mountain scenery, Kozorezov captures stunning and spectacular moments that reflect an ethereal and magical canvas in every shot. Ivan has traveled extensively in the Nepal Himalaya and has portrayed some magnificent photographs capturing the raw and intimidating beauty of some of the highest mountains in the world and their surroundings. His photographs of Dagestan in Russia are also part of this showcase where you can check out the most spectacular photographs of Ivan Kozorezov.

1 The Nilgiri Himal

The Nilgiri HImal is a range made up of three peaks in the Annapurna body in Nepal. The Nilgiri range was first ascended on October 12th 1962 although Nilgiri south and central were the first Japanese climbers to acscend so.

 The Nilgiri Himal

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

2 Way to Tilicho Lake, Manang Nepal

Tilicho Lake is located in the Manage district of Nepal and part of the Annapurna conservation area of the Nepal Himalaya. AT 16, 138 feet, the lake is the highest of its kind in the world. The journey itself is spectacular as you can see from the photograph.

Way to Tilicho Lake, Manang Nepal

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

3 Macchapuchare or the fishtail mountain, Nepal

Macchapuchare rises to 22, 942 feet and is located in the Annapurna Himalaya of North Nepal. As a holy mountain dedicated to the Hindu God Shiva, the mountain is off limits to climbing. It is widely regarded as the Matterhorn of the Himalayas.

Macchapuchare or the fishtail mountain, Nepal

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

4 Guardian of the Himalayas

Shaggy Yaks are a common sight in the Himalayas. This one was photographed by Ivan with Mt Cho Oyu and Gokyo Lake in the background. The area is part of Sagarmatha National Park, Nepal.

Guardian of the Himalayas

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

5 Autumn in Himalayas

A spectacular moment of scenery during autumn in Makalu National Park, Nepal. Located in the Solukhombu and Sankuwasabha region, it is the world’s only protected area at a height of 26,000 feet. Makalu, the world’s fifth highest mountain at 27, 766 feet can be seen in the distance.

The Makalu Barun National Park

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

6 The Ngozumpa glacier

Nestled below Cho Oyu, the sixth highest mountain in the world at 26, 864 feet is the Ngozumpa glacier which at 36 km is the longest glacier in the Himalaya. Global warming is leading to the melting of the glacier which is resulting in lakes such as this which may end up being 6km long, 1 km wildlife and 330 feet deep. It would then pose a huge threat to the local population in the Sherpa villages in the valley.

The Ngozumpa glacier

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

7 Shamilsky District, Dagestan

This is another spectacular photo by Ivan Kozorezov taken in the Shamilsky district of Dagestan Russia. The mountain folds and the panoramic view is just stunning and ethereal.

Shamilsky District, Dagestan

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

8 Thame, Namche, Nepal

Thame and its neighboring areas are small quaint Sherpa villages high up in the Himalayan valleys of Nepal. This was the home of famous Sherpa’s like Ang Sherpa who is the current world record holder for summiting Everest 21 times.

Thame, Namche, Nepal

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

9 Spanish coast

Lloret de Mar is one of the most popular and attractive Mediterranean town in Catalonia Spain. It is widely regarded as one of the best resorts in the Costa Brava renowned for its pristine and stunning beaches.

Spanish coast

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

10 Midnight Silence

The Milky way at night as seen from the Manaslu conservation area of Himalayan region of Nepal. This is one of the most eye opening photographs of Ivan Kozerozov because it highlights a speck of the universe with the highest areas in the world.

Himalayan village, Manaslu Conservation Area, Nepal

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

11 Mount Ama Dablam

Mount Ama Dablam or “the Mother’s necklace’ is one of the most beautiful mountains in the world. Ama Dablam usually dots the eastern sky for those enroute to Everest. The height of Ama Dablam is 22, 342 ft.

Mount Ama Dablam

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

12 Starry Night

Another spectacular photograph of the Milky Way amidst a starry night shot above a small river as seen from Ivan’s guest house in the Manaslu conservation area.

Starry night and Milky Way

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

13 The Ark

Yarudag or “Red mountain” is a unique monument of nature, located in Dagestan, Russia. The Yarudag – plateau is the highest point of which is more than 4 km above sea level. The structure of the Yarudag is such that it repeatedly changes its color from purple to light green.

The Ark

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

14 Strbske pleso

Strbske Pleso is a beautiful mountain lake that once was a glacier in the destination of the High Tatras Mountains in Slovakia. It is the second largest glacial like in the High Tatras area of Slovakia who maximum depth is 66 feet.

Strbske pleso

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

15 Land of the rain, Kulinsky district Russia

Kulinsky District one of the forty-one districts located in the south of the in the Republic of Dagestan, Russia.

Land of the rain, Kulinsky district Russia

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

16 Sagarmatha Mount Everest

Mt Everest at 29029 feet is seen here as the top of our planet. The photograph has been shot from an aerial view from Helicopter. The international border between China (Tibet Autonomous Region) and Nepal runs across the summit points of Everest.

Mount  Sagarmatha Mount Everest

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

17 The Emerald Treasure, Gokyo Lake. Nepal Himalaya

This is a mesmerizing photograph by Ivan Kozorezov. Lake Gokyo in the Sagarmatha National Park lies at 4700 meters above sea level and the atmosphere here is magical.

The Emerald Treasure, Gokyo Lake. Nepal Himalaya

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

18 Twilight Valley, Dagestan

Samur is a river in Russia’s Dagestan Republic, partially flowing through Azerbaijan. It is made from glaciers and mountain springs that originate in the great Caucasus Mountains.

Twilight Valley, Dagestan

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

19 Lines in the Sand

This is a spectacular view from atop the dune of Sary Kum located in Dagestan Russia. Sary Kum is the biggest dune in Eurasia 252 meters.

Lines in the Sand

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

20 The Chirkhey Dam, Dagestan, Russia

This is an Arch Dam in Dagestan Russia located built on the Sulak river. It is capable of supply 100 megawatts of power. This is one of the best and most spectacular photographs by Ivan Kozorezov.

Chirkey Dam, Dagestan, Russia

Photo Credit: Ivan Kozorezov

Ivan Kozorezov is a freelance landscape and travel photographer who excels in bringing to life the tapestry of nature. Born in Dagestan a republic of the USSR in 1988, Ivan has several noteworthy exhibitions to his credit. He is famous for his exploration and photographs of the Nepal Himalaya portraying scenes of the Annapurna and Sagarmatha national parks unlike seen before.

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