Even amid the harsh arctic tundra of Russia’s distant north-eastern Chukotka region, Russian photographer Ivan Kislov can uncover lovely traces of life among the foxes that survive and hunt here in the wild.
He consented to speak with us at Bored Panda and tell us more about his incredible photography.
Kislov, who is from the north-eastern port city of Magadan, works as a mining engineer in Chukotka.
He turns to photography for “relaxation from routine” when he has free time during his lengthy hours.
He enjoys “hikes to unreachable locations, raftings,” and even simple strolling excursions to “observe nature.”
Kislov believes foxes are frequently eager models, despite the fact that he photographs everything from bears and reindeer to wolves and stoats.
“Foxes are interested and may get quite near, and I shoot with wide angle and telephoto lenses,” he adds.