After considering the geology of some of those expanses I remember coming across several youtube entries with similar photos. The entries, I believe, are being used to add narrative to the videos and photos in them. There’s not much refinement in the sound track as it is a work in progress. One of the things one will see on later entries is that there are edits onto the photos that include Cyrillic (Russian print) dialogue and the beginning of English subtitles. As I mentioned it is a work in progress. If one were to locate the sites of the photos they would be worth multi team / multi disciplinary member team expeditions toward further study, once those UNESCO conservation policies have been worked out.
The photo manager on the youtube link, at the end, belongs to another team of field explorers. They could be working together or part of a larger investigatory group, I don’t know, but these photos on his channel are strikingly similar.
It was the cash of hundreds of original photos on “Vlad9vt’s” channel that caught my eye. I just turn down the sound track as many of these photos are worth close scrutiny for further exploration. Those associated with the Siberian Plateau were some of the most unusual as I once, several decades ago in the 80’s, hypothesized that that entire region was once a sudden lava ocean not too long ago in geologic time. Needless to say, I didn’t get very far back then, but some of these more recent photos are very revealing.
I suspect that much of the Russian frontier, especially its geology, is becoming more accessible due to weather changes and general interest. One of the topics that caught my interest back then was the Tunguska event in June of 1908.
Vlad9vt may not be known for his sound track edits, but the photos are a great adventure since he doesn’t stop with his backyard, so to speak, as he includes Egypt and several other UNESCO sites and more with personal and team film. Be ready to stop the video as each photo is worth a thousand words to an informed observer. . . Hope this helps. . . Cheers