Days 2-6. (February 21-25)
These days, we'll study the surrounding of Olkhon Island, explore the Small and the Big Seas. We'll photograph different capes, grottoes, and ice caves at both sunrises and sunsets.
In autumn and until mid-winter, when Lake Baikal is stormy, and temperatures drop below 0°C (32°F), frozen ice waves form unusual shapes (icy sputters) that sparkle in the rays of the low sun.
We'll shoot ice caves, drive to the cape Hoboi with its splendid views to the Barguzinsky mountain range and the northern part of the lake.
We'll photograph incredibly beautiful rocks in ice crystals, long cracks in the ice, and stones covered in silvery snow fur.
In the afternoons, we'll have free time as well as photo workshops, where we'll discuss the footage of the day.