The ‘pole of cold’ region in northeastern Siberia is the coldest permanently inhabited place on earth, especially the region centered around Oymyakon and Verkhoyansk where January temperatures average around -65°F. During the Soviet era children underwent ultraviolet treatment to make up for the long, dark, and cold Siberian winters with the consequent lack of sunlight.
Look at those eyes. I think I need to touch up on my photography skills. I need to learn how to take portraits like that. BOOM!
Haunting portraits of homeless people all over the world by Lee Jeffries