Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka, Russia
In 2007 a natural disaster occurred in the Valley of Geysers. A powerful landslide hit the Valley. The flow reached the river and formed a dam, covering the most beautiful places of the Valley of Geysers: waterfalls, thermal fields, and boiling springs. Few old geysers were flooded by the new Geyzernoe Lake formed after the landslide. When AirPano Team was shooting Valley of Geysers, the water level in the lake has decreased and geysers began to work again. We invite you to a journey to the Valley of Geysers, Kamchatka, Russia. You will be able to fly over the Geyzernoe Lake and see eruption of the Bolshoi (Big) Geyser in our new 360 video.
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Authors of the video: Stas Sedov, Dmitry Moiseenko and Ivan Roslyakov
17 September 2014
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