Red Walls in Skazka Canyon, Kyrgyzstan
A photo from the last year, when I was travelling through the Central Asia. This is Skazka (meaning Fairytale) Canyon in Kyrgyzstan, south coast of a massive lake of Issyk Kul. The canyon is known for its otherworldly landscape, particularly the titanic walls, jutting out of the ground as if built by volition.
|Location||Skazka Canyon, Kyrgyzstan|
|Settings||ISO 125 f/22 1/50|
|Camera||Sony Alpha 5000|
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