Russia’s Beach where Nature has corrected man’s ugly pollution and turned it into a place of beauty.
Ussuri Bay in Russia was once a Soviet-era known for its ugliness by dumping ground for old glass bottles and porcelain. Then the awesome power of Mother Nature, the bay, near Vladivostok, now boasts one of the most beautiful beaches you’ll ever see. It was once close for its ugliness for the visitors. Then over the period of many years, the waves of the North Pacific have twisted the dumped bottles into millions of smooth, shiny and colorful “shingle”.
Formerly a soviet-era dumped for truckloads of glass bottles and proclaim, the inexorable waves on the country pacific coast have curved and refined their derbies.
On the sunny day, this beach close to the eastern naval port of Vladivostok seems to be covered in sun-bleached candle coastline.
The throw away derbies-old beer, vines, vodka and champainski bottles-one posted limited from jagged broken glasses. Now creature has twisted the beach of gems which visitors pay to see.
The powers that be in the far east of Russia has declared the vicinity a expressly protected zone-called glass beach, sided by the migrant cliffs-as it was an exclusively natural design. The colorful glass shines in the summer on the black volcanic sand, and in winter in the course of the ashen snow.
It has developed its popularity all the year round with locals, and in summer swimmers and sunbather come to the colorful recreation spot.
Nature has created the ugly pollution into a not less than a spectacular piece of an art.