White Sea continues to heckle us… That is what my new article about. The story about mysterious underwater smoke at the bottom of the White Sea illustrated with magestic photos by Viktor Lyagushkin in the German diving magazine Unterwasser.
Recently we received award statuette from Memorial Maria Luisa 2013 and catalog with photographs -winners. It’s a big honor to share our victory with such prominent photographers and see our works among such stunning pictures.
Mysteries of the White sea on pages of my favorite magazine – Asian Diver #130, 1/2014. Alien water scapes, secrets of nature we had met underwater in the piece by Bogdana Vashchenko White Sea Watch.
Stunning photography by Viktor Lyagushkin
In Norse mythology, the White Sea is known as the Bay of Serpents. The climate there is so severe that there are no snakes at all, it is called so because of the curved shoreline. The White Sea is an inland sea in the north of the European part of Russia belonging to the Arctic Ocean.
Modern name of the sea is White, because it is covered with the ice and snow shield during the bigger part of the year; it is the only sea found frozen in the Europe. Water salinity is very high: about 26 ppt (parts per thousand), so it freezes at the water temperature of -2C. Continue reading
The amazing photo of white whale Petrovich by our photographer Viktor Lyagushkin, which won the Best Edit Award from National Geographic Headquarters, was so attractive, that it turned attention of another National Geographic regional magazine – Nordic.
Please meet Whale Petrovich in NG Nordic!