Wow, can you imagine living in temperatures of - 90°F (- 67.7°C)? There is a village is Siberia called Oymyakon that was named the coldest town in the world with the average daily temperature of -50°C (-58°F).
Intrigued by its existence, New Zealand-based photographer, Amor Chapple paid a visit to this 500-person village to capture a series of amazing photographs showing what life is like in those very challenging living conditions. Supposedly residents have very little indoor plumbing due to the frozen terrain, all motor vehicles left outside must be continually running, otherwise they go into deep freeze, and meat is the main source of food due to the area’s inability to grow crops. What a place!
P.S: Japanese flower garden.
P.P.S: Also, the winner of our Foodadz giveaway is Little Luxury List.
(via ufunk. Photos by Amos Chapple and via Profit)