Russian Photographer Still Following Hot Girlfriend Around The World

Dec 31, 2013

Category: Living

For some ridiculous reason that no one understands, the majority of women get way too shy when you point a camera at them—yes, even when fully clothed. Fortunately that’s not the case with Russian photographer Murad Osmann’s girlfriend Nataly Zakharova, as she’s been willing to let Murad snap her from behind in dozens of exotic locales, creating some stunning visuals along the way.

We first documented Murad’s “Follow Me To” series a while back, but the dude has only stepped up his game further, bringing his babe’s backside to Spain, Turkey, Russia, and France to name a few of the spots they’ve hit. The novel concept and beautiful photography has earned Murad some 530,000 Instagram followers. Just imagine how many he’d have if Nataly ever turned around.

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