Russian miner Ivan Kislov took some stunning photos of local foxes in far north-eastern Russian region of Chukotka Autonomous Okrug. In this freezing snow covered region wild foxes are able to thrive due to their thick coats. These foxes are a very common predator in Chukotka, but they are listed as an endangered animal. Kislov photographs look like they are taken by a professional photographer but he is just a miner who wants to take his mind of work in a remote and sparsely inhabited region. What way to better do this than to spend time with animals in the nature.
You can see more of Ivan Kislov’s photography on his website and 500px page.