Teriberka: at the World’s End
November 15, 2014
In the evening of November 14, we started exploring the coast from Teriberka to Teriberka waterfall. On November 15 and 16, taking advantage of good weather, we shot more than seven kilometers (4.3 miles) of the most picturesque coastline of the Barents Sea. Teriberka is really the world’s end: just look at the map. The rollers, which we had seen on our way here, were attacking cliffy shores and breaking up into myriads of drops. In here, everything is big: illimitable sea, fridge-sized rocks, garage-sized “trunk” stones, cliffs that go dozens of meters up, stretching along the deserted coast as far as the eye could reach and fading away into long November night. We could not properly shoot during the first evening, as the sea brought blizzard and squally wind, visibility became poor, and thus we decided to get back to Kartesh. To perceive the scale, try to find photographers in the last two photos.