Russian Photographer Takes Images With Real Animals – Design You Trust

Russian Photographer Takes Images With Real Animals


There’s no need to suspend your disbelief when viewing these stunning photographs – the exquisite images are the real-life interactions between humans and animals. Photos by Katerina Plotnikova. Enjoy!












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