Morning Views From The Tent by Oleg Grigoryev

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Living

There’s nothing like being in the great outdoors, but let’s face it – it’s nearly impossible to spend every waking moment enjoying everything Mother Nature has to offer. So what’s the next best thing? Live it vicariously through someone else of course.

Russian photographer Oleg Gigoryev is helping us cubicle-bound individuals experience a bit of the backcountry through his stunning photography series “Morning Views From The Tent.” The aptly titled series is a collection of photos taken every morning from Grigoryev’s tent as he travels all throughout the Fann Mountains of Tajikstan. These point of view photos will have you counting the days until your next outdoor adventure.

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