Lot #89 | Wild Places Of The Earth
Wild Places Of The Earth by Sergey Melnikoff, a.k.a. MFF
Kamchatka Peninsula, Russian Far East, 2003
Camera Fuji Panorama GX617 / 90 mm Lens
- Size 59”x19,7” (150×50 cm)
- Acrylic plasticization thickness 5 mm
- Ready to hang | Ship in crate | Free shipping worldwide
- This artwork comes with an Honorary Plaque
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- Each MELNIKOFF artwork, which is available at our charity auction, maintaining its uniqueness and artistic value. Every piece is a one-of-a-kind treasure, accompanied by a certificate of authenticity personally signed by the author.
- By buying this artwork, you can make a meaningful contribution to the Mother Teresa Rehabilitation Center and help provide vital support to Ukrainian children who have lost limbs in the Russian-Ukrainian war.
- By producing acrylic glass photographs at our production facility in Kyiv, we gives you the chance to own an exquisite work of art by one of the most well-known photographers in the world, as well as a historical memento created in Ukraine during the war.
Current bid: $1,500.00
Experience the breathtaking beauty of nature in one of the most remote places on earth – the northern part of Russia’s Kamchatka Peninsula. A land of bears and red fish, where humans are few and far between.
Capturing the grandeur of this panoramic view, showcasing the raw power of nature, took master photographer Sergey Melnikoff hours of scouting through the rugged taiga forest to find the perfect spot. And even then, it took an entire hour to remove the five or six dried tree trunks blocking the camera’s view for that perfect shot.
With luck on his side, as heavy storm clouds covered the sky from horizon to horizon, Melnikoff had to rely on his instincts. But just minutes before sunset, the sun appeared through a narrow opening between two clouds, confirming the tales about a lucky photographer favored by Mother Nature herself.
Sadly, Kamchatka is now a closed area, strictly guarded by the Russian military, and inaccessible to foreign visitors. But fear not, for Sergey’s stunning photographs offer a glimpse into this mysterious and captivating land, and serve as a testament to the power and beauty of Mother Nature. Don’t miss your chance to own a piece of this rare and incredible collection.
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