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.
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.
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.
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.
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.