Russian Lara Croft Cosplayer Ended Up In A Grip Of A Massive Bear – Design You Trust — Design Daily Since 2007

Russian Lara Croft Cosplayer Ended Up In A Grip Of A Massive Bear

You have already met Stepan the Bear (previously featured), the big and good bear that is already world famous. This is making him one of the most desirable animal for photo shoots these days, he is full at work and has a little of his own free time.

However he still enjoys it a lot and this time he enjoyed it even more as the photo shoot was with the cosplayer is Captain Irachka, who worked with photographer Irina Pirogova to get these perfectly fear-inducing shots.

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