It is not easy for a photographer to choose a photograph he/she likes best. Besides, there may be reasons for these special feelings which only the photographer knows of. Three photographers were asked to pick out their favorite
photographs abstracting away from their personal feelings and impressions connected to the photo sessions and other factors which might influence their decision. Below are photographs by Emil Gataullin:
North. Tundra. Snow. The nearest residential area is hundreds kilometers away. Many centuries ago, ancestors of modern Khanty and Komi people used these paths carrying furs, fish and utensils. Today, we will show you an expedition on snowmobiles that tried to do the same. The
expedition was called ‘Great Northern Route and went through the northern part of Eurasia covering the territory which, according to anthropologists, ethnographers and historians, was used by people of the North for trade, exchange and settling.