Until The Ice Melts in HEINZ 14

The story about the world’s first under the ice exhibition, Until The Ice Melts, can be read in the German online magazine HEINZ for May 2019. It tells about the exhibition of photographs by Nikon ambassador Viktor Lyagushkin, which was exhibited under the ice of Kandalaksha Bay of the White Sea from February 19 to 5 April 2019 on the basis of the Diving Centre and Lodge “Arctic Circle”.

The issue is available in English and German.

Until The Ice Melts in Chiiz Magazine

Two spreads in the Indian magazine Chiiz are dedicated to the world’s first under ice exhibit by Viktor Lyagushkin, Until The Ice Melts, which was held under the White Sea ice at the base of the Arctic Circle Dive Center and Lodge. Lots of details and photos for our English-speaking fans in Asia.

Volcano’s Gift

A new story with expressive Viktor Lyagushkin’s photographs in Popular Mechanics (Russia) Magazine dedicated to the deepest mine of our continent which depth exeeds 1700m.

It is located in the town of Guy, Orenburg, Russia.

For me as a journalist who writes about nature and ecology, it was sad a little to understand how insatiable a mankind is in mastering and consuming the world, but I confess that it was incredibly interesting to work under ground: to see with my own eyes how the mine works. It turns to be a gigantic and complex colossus, where each process is inextricably linked to the previous one. I admired the scale and genius of human thought, who invented it all.

Let Everyone Saves One Tree! – National Geographic (Georgia)

Let Everyone Saves One Tree! – is the main message of my article about Colchis boxwood, published in the November 2018 issue of National Geographic (Georgia) Magazine.

Boxwood is a special plant for Georgia. In just a few years, the Colchis boxwood almost completely disappeared from the wildlife of the Caucasus, eaten by an invasive insect – a boxwood moth brought from the Far East.

The article describes what kind of plant it is, and what is its main enemy, what are the ways to save boxwood, and what has already been done.

Photography by Viktor Lyagushkin.

Many thanks to everyone who helped in the photoshooting and writing of the article.