Discover the beauty of Altai mountains - the heart of Siberia – at the photo exhibition by photojournalist Natalia Sudets. Without leaving Moscow you will get a chance to see the highest peak of the region - Belukha Mountain, the deepest and largest freshwater lake - Lake Teletskoye, the most sacred place - the Ukok Plateau. These places are like precious beads scattered across Altai nature reserve. In order to see these the most beautiful, most popular and at the same time the least studied places Natalia, with the support of the Altai Nature Reserve and the Saylyugemsky National Park, organized two expeditions in 2014 and 2018.
The exhibition dedicated to the 10th anniversary of the biosphere status of the Altai Reserve and the upcoming 10th anniversary of the Saylyugemsky National Park displays 24 photos of landscapes and animals of the Altai region. Many of the works are shown for the first time.
Natalia Sudets is a journalist, photographer,
traveler, member of the Russian union of wildlife photographers (RUWP), expert
of the Russian Nature Reserve Centre of the Russian Ministry of Natural
Resources. She is also an ambassador of nature reserves and a press secretary
of the Association "Preserved Russia". For the past 12 years she has
been actively traveling around nature reserves and national parks,
participating as a volunteer journalist in conservation work, conducting workshops
on storytelling and public relations for the employees of nature reserves.