Russian Mining Engineer Takes the Most Amazing Photos of Foxes During His Breaks
Ivan Kislov is a mining engineer from Chukotka, one of Russia’s northernmost regions. When he’s not working on one of his long shifts, he steps into the arctic tundra to take some of the most beautiful photographs of foxes you’ve ever seen.
Last year, Kislov told BoredPanda that his hobby is a simply a “relaxation from routine.” In his spare time he likes to hike to unknown places and just sit and observe wildlife. He’s also photographed bears, wolves and other small furry creatures of the Russian tundra.
“Foxes are curious and can come very close, and I shoot with wide angle and telephoto lenses.”
Check out Kislov’s amazing pictures below:
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