Award Winner | Photo of the Day | September 21, 2010
Near Kramatorsk (Donetsk, Ukraine) is a wonderful natural sights: a regional landscape park “Kramatorsk”. Its area is very large, but are noteworthy chalk cliffs in the village Belokuzminovka that against the background of forest-steppe landscape look particularly fascinating. The white chalk cliffs that rise above the steppe, were formed in the era of the Mesozoic period of unconsolidated marine sediments of an ancient sea. Denudation of the Cretaceous rock rises to a height of more than 25 meters. On the eastern outskirts of the mountain is worth baring sword. Age Chalk Mountain – 90 million years. At the foot of the mountain are many other smaller rocks, potholes, large and small caves. Shepherds there often graze cows. One evening in 2006, I managed to take just such a picture.
Photographer: Sergey Tomas (Donetsk, Ukraine)
Sergey Tomas is an amateur photographer, who believes photography is a way to express his thoughts, opinions, and attitude to the world. He is 39 years old, lives in Donetsk, Ukraine. He began photographing in elementary school. He works in television as technical director. He often participates in various photo contests, exhibitions. He is author of “Fotofact. Saw! Shot! Posted!”
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