Russian Photographer Takes Photos Of Polar Bears That Took Over Abandoned Buildings

Wildlife photographer Dmitry Kokh took mesmerizing and unusual photos of polar bears at an abandoned weather station

This photo with a polar bear in the window titled “Summer Season” became the best representation of wildlife in a man-made environment in a competition held by a magazine called “Russia’s Wildlife”.

The photographer had to travel to the farthest and most eastern part of the Russian Arctic to take these shots

Abandoned weather station on Kolyuchin Island in the Chukchi Sea

“Finally getting back from a long-awaited trip to Chukotka and Wrangel Island. Being the farthest and most eastern part of the Russian Arctic, this place is very hard to get to but also difficult to forget. We traveled by sailing yacht along the coast and covered more than 1200 miles of untouched landscapes, villages lost in time, diverse fauna, and seas full of life,” Dmitry wrote on his Instagram.

If someone asked how we imagine the end of the world looking, this image comes pretty close

“I always wanted to get some nice shots of polar bears, and that was the main target of our expedition,” said the photographer

Just your regular largest land carnivores, chilling

Here are the amazing bears in action


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