Russian Photographer’s Surreal Images Will Transport You Into An Enchanted World

If you love all things whimsical and make-believe, Russian photographer Platon Yurich’s dreamlike visuals will be right up your alley.

The Leica ambassador and member of the Russian Union of Art Photographers enjoys using this craft to share his life experiences and thoughts. Apart from these photo manipulations, Yurich also specializes in portraiture, street photography and filmmaking.

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