Superlative Photos of Wild Foxes in Russia’s Snowy Landscape Tauheed Ahmad December 27, 2015 Animals 2550 In the cold depths of Russia’s northeastern Chukotka region, Magadan-based photographer Ivan Kislov captures stunning colorful signs of life in the snow through his magnificent photographs of foxes in the wild. Ivan Kislov, who actually enjoys hiking to distant spots and photographing wildlife in between his long shifts as a mining engineer, presents a spectacular look at the foxes that live and hunt in the icy region. Set against the vast, empty landscape, Kislov’s furry subjects display a magnificent personality and spirit, instantaneously playful, mischievous, loving, and fierce. Although Kislov photos all sorts of wild animals, from reindeer to bears to wolves, he says that foxes make for some very willing models, thanks to their curiosity and bold nature. Foxes are inquisitive and can come very close, and I tried to capture with wide angle and telephoto lenses.Source: Mymodernmet Originally posted 2014-11-29 09:13:13. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Related PostsEnchanted Photographs of Siberian Huskies Playing on a Mirror-Like Frozen Lake in RussiaGlobetrotting photographer captures perfect wildlife action shotsWinners of the Wildlife Photographer of the Year 2013The Most Beautiful Fox in the WorldIncredible Photographs Show the Bond between a Man and his Animals70 Men Keep 4,000 Year Old Art of Hunting Foxes and Wolves with Birds of Prey AliveA hummingbird confronting a pit viper has gained him an enormous amount of attention.The Arctic Hare is Adapted Largely to Polar and Mountainous Habitats. Leave a Reply Cancel ReplyYou must be logged in to post a comment.