“We have always been closely related to nature, behaving ourselves in a way that is somehow considered right for animals, not for humans; running and jumping over the hills, biting and leaking each others faces as dogs do.” Also known as ‘Synchrodogs’, Ukrainian based photography duo Tanya Shcheglova and Roman Noven snap surreal and eerie images for their project ‘Animalism, Naturalism’.
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