The photographer traveled 25,000 km to take portraits of the indigenous inhabitants of SiberiaVika
Nine years ago, photographer Alexander Khimushin packed his backpack to embark on a long journey around the world. During this time, he managed to visit 84 countries and understand that people are the most amazing part of this world. Three years ago, Alexander came up with a photo project "The World in Faces". For the last six months, as part of his project, he has been filming the indigenous people of Siberia, and below you can see some of his work.
1. A girl from the Dolgan people.
2. The representative of Ulchi.
3. Sakha girl.
4. A small Evenk reindeer breeder.
5. Ulchi girl.
6. Evenki elder.
7. Orok girl.
8. A girl from the Sakha people.
9. Evenki baby.
10. A man from the Nivkh people.
11. Soyot girl.
12. Evenki girl.
13. Buryat girl.
14. A woman from the Tazy ethnic group.
15. A young guy from the Ainu.