Plasticity And Dancing: Photographic Art By Sergey Sukhovey


Sergey Sukhovey, a former professional Russian sportsman, a martial arts master from Novosibirsk, now found himself in the photographic art. And, actually Sergey makes amazing soaring photos of dancers; dynamical and graceful.


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