Interview with Natalie Avseenko for the City Magazine illustrated by great photos by Viktor Lyagushkin. The story tells us about the philosophy of freediving, projects by the record holder, and what it’s like to live in one breath. To be read in the January-February issue for 2018.
Just received by mail a material about the creativity of our permanent leader Viktor Lyagushkin in the Chinese photographic magazine. We did not remember its name and can not pronounce it, but we should note that the hieroglyphs are combining surprisingly well with the gypsum fractures of the walls of the underwater Orda cave (Urals, Russia) the photo of which opens the article.
Feature includes interview with Viktor and his photographs of Orda Cave and Blue Lake (Russia).
Here is an excuse for a little pride for our whole team. The most popular magazine in the Australasia – Scuba Diver Ocean Planet gave an appreciation of the achievements of our photographer Viktor Lyagushkin. He became a part of the 122 Inspiring Shooters feature in the 2015 Through The Lens Special Edition. In the edition Viktor was accompanies with Hans Hass, Todd Essik, David Doubilet and Bruce Mozert.
Online edition can be downloaded here
Photographs by Viktor Lyagushkin from Orda cave continue to travel the world. This time they appeared on the pages of Chinese travel and photo magazine in a frame of my article, translated into Chinese. It is a pity that I can not read it, but I can say that Orda’s white walls look pretty well accompanied with Chinese characters.
We were glad to communicate with so professional journalists asking very important questions and answered with great pleasure.
And the result is an interview we are very proud of.
For our Danish friends underwater labirinth of Orda Cave appeared in the Illustreren Videnskab Magazine #2 2014 in your native language. I cannot read the piece but I believe the charming Orda cave feels good accompanied by such wonders of nature as Grand Canyon and Krubera Cave – the deepest world’s cave.