tommes

tommes

Posted on 08/29/2014


Photo taken on August  2, 2014



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Muynak ship graveyard (2)

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Mo‘ynoq, formerly a sea port, now 80km away from the coastline of the dying Aral Sea.

Nouchetdu38, diedje, Chris M, Gloucester, a Bottled Spider and 3 other people have particularly liked this photo


7 comments - The latest ones
Eunice Perkins
Eunice Perkins
Amazing! Sad too!
4 years ago.
tommes has replied to Eunice Perkins
yes, it's a tragedy...
4 years ago.
FrigateRN
FrigateRN
To lose a sea is almost unbelievable and so very tragic. This picture really drives the point home.
4 years ago.
Don Sutherland
Don Sutherland
Great capture.
4 years ago.
diedje
diedje
vor kurzen lief ein bericht zum thema aralsee auf pro 7 - galileo?
www.welt.de/wissenschaft/article5029503/Wunder-in-der-Wueste-der-Aralsee-kehrt-zurueck.html
2 years ago.
tommes has replied to diedje
yoar, hab ich schon woanders mal gelesen gehabt. dass der aralsee wieder zurückkehrt, stimmt aber nur für einen sehr kleinen teil. in anderen teilen trocknet er trotzdem immer weiter aus :(
2 years ago.
diedje has replied to tommes
stimmt, der große teil soll für immer verloren sein. aber gibt wohl noch einen kleinen ... .
2 years ago.