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Three Shades Of Foxes Captured In One Image By Moscow-Based Photographer Anastasiya Dobrovolskaya

Moscow-based photographer Anastasiya Dobrovolskaya decoded to capture the diverse beauty of the mystical forest creatures in a recent image, titled Autumn Equinox, featuring three women holding three different colored foxes.

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From left to right, the stunning image showcases an all-white arctic fox, a red fox with a white-tipped tail, and a silver fox with a black/gray coat. The female models in the photo mirror the three foxes’ shades with their own hair color and contrasting clothing, highlighting the diversity found in both people and nature.

Her stunning photos visualize the connection between people and nature.


Dobrovolskaya admittedly loves “complex, elaborate images, beautiful dresses and accessories, shooting with animals.” Given her preference for shooting in nature, the talented photographer also captures the beauty of other animals, including swans, horses, and even grizzly bears. You might be wondering how Dobrovolskaya manages to tame the naturally-wild animals before photographing them, but many of her furry subjects were born and raised in protective national parks, where they are used to human contact.







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Karen J Shoaff January 1, 2020 at 4:27 am

I’ve always loved the work of this photographer. Always phenomenal.
(The only thing I ‘pause’ about is the use of wild animals for our entertainment and pleasure. I’ve worked on many professional photographic sessions that used wild animals and the animals are always frightened and drugged. All for someone to get a great photo.)
It didn’t use to bother me but in recent years I’ve come to care more about the well-being of the animals than someone making money off of a great photoshoot.
The article states; ‘Her stunning photos visualize the connection between people and nature.’ Yet, there is no connection in these photos. You can tell that the animals are truly frightened. They are not having a good time.

Salam World Store April 2, 2020 at 9:42 am

Thanks for ones marvelous posting! I genuinely enjoyed reading it


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