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Alexander Khimushin Traveled 25000 Km across Siberia To Share The Amazing Photos Of Its Indigenous People

Alexander Khimunshin continues his portrait project 'The World in Faces' by spending 6 months photographing indigenous people in Siberia.

Alexander Khimushin Traveled 25000 Km across Siberia To Share The Amazing Photos Of Its Indigenous People

Alexander Khimunshin continues his portrait project 'The World in Faces' by spending 6 months photographing indigenous people in Siberia.

Naoki Onogawa Creates Amazing Bonsai Trees Through Tiny Origami Cranes

Origami is derived from the words 'ori' meaning folding or to fold and 'kami' meaning paper, which literally means the art of paper folding.

Naoki Onogawa Creates Amazing Bonsai Trees Through Tiny Origami Cranes

Origami is derived from the words 'ori' meaning folding or to fold and 'kami' meaning paper, which literally means the art of paper folding.

Naoki Onogawa Creates Amazing Bonsai Trees Through Tiny Origami Cranes

Origami is derived from the words 'ori' meaning folding or to fold and 'kami' meaning paper, which literally means the art of paper folding.

Naoki Onogawa Creates Amazing Bonsai Trees Through Tiny Origami Cranes

Origami is derived from the words 'ori' meaning folding or to fold and 'kami' meaning paper, which literally means the art of paper folding.

Naoki Onogawa Creates Amazing Bonsai Trees Through Tiny Origami Cranes

Origami is derived from the words 'ori' meaning folding or to fold and 'kami' meaning paper, which literally means the art of paper folding.

Naoki Onogawa Creates Amazing Bonsai Trees Through Tiny Origami Cranes

Origami is derived from the words 'ori' meaning folding or to fold and 'kami' meaning paper, which literally means the art of paper folding.