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    Scenes From Everyday Life in Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales

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    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    • Stereotypes About Russia Turned Into Fairy Tales
    "The Girl Next Door" by Frank Herfort

    A series called "Russian Fairy Tales" by German photographer Frank Herfort shows everyday life in Moscow and other places in Russia from an unexpected angle.

    Herfort characterized Moscow, where he had a chance to live, as a "very charming city with all controversial sides of life," praising the Russian capital for giving him "the possibilities to develop cinematic-dream-like shooting style."

    You can see more works by Frank Herfort on his website and Instagram.

    Prints of his works are also available on his website.

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