IF U GO FAR REMEMBER THE ROOTS

Let us present photographer Nika Davydova currently based in Moscow & Saint-Petersburg / Russia, with her black and white photo series about human roots.
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CREDITS
Concept & Photography / Nika Davydova aka @notyouramericandream
Styling / @monochelovek & Assistance @bronislava_may
MUA & Hair / @alexandraneus @catherine_ddkn
Location / @prostranstvo.studio
Model / @marinamarmelade

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