Russian photographer, Ivan Kislov, took some extra ordinary shots of foxes in the north eastern Chukotka region. This conventional and ancient area is known for its unfriendly nature that does not support life much. In spite of this, Ivan Kislov managed to find life signs in the form of the habitat of wild foxes.
This photographer, himself, resides in Magadan and is a mining engineer. He does photography in between the working shifts for the purpose of relaxing his mind. According to Ivan Kislov, his favorite visiting spots are the high altitude regions are apparently inaccessible. He also finds long walks appealing when he has to observe wildlife. He has photographed almost every wild beast but foxes amongst all are his best models.