Photographer finds radiance in wildlife of Arctic tundra
by Catie Leary
Mother Nature Network (mnn)
A snowy tundra might seem harsh and desolate, but when you glimpse the photography of Ivan Kislov, you’ll quickly realize how the Arctic teems with wildlife.
Working as a mining engineer in the remote Chukotka region of Russia, Kislov uses photography as a way to relax on breaks. He’s become especially fond of photographing foxes, animals that are naturally curious and have no qualms about getting up-close and personal with a camera shutter.
In addition to his fox fascination, Kislov has encountered all kinds of Arctic wildlife over the years, including hares, wolves, bears, herds of caribou, wolverines, weasels and countless bird species.
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