Murad Yusupovich Osmanov, known professionally as Murad Osmann, is a Russian photographer based in Moscow. His series “Follow Me To”, made with his wife Natalia Zakharova, went viral in 2012, and the couple have since been named as top travel influencers.   — Wikipedia

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#followmeto Zhouzhuang – The Venice of the East. One of the most beautiful and picturesque water-towns in China 🇨🇳. It was extremely packed with tourists when we were there – so my advice would be to shoot during sunrise. By the way do you know what the lotus flower symbolizes in Chinese culture? Which image in gallery you like the most? 🙃 #следуйзамной в Чжоучжуан – Восточную Венецию. Это один из самых живописных и известных китайских городов на воде. Там, конечно было очень много туристов – поэтому советую снимать на рассвете. Кстати, а вы знаете, символом чего считается в Китае цветок лотоса?

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Since we are still under quarantine – I would love to share with you the trip we took to China in 2017. Here we are at the Great Wall is China 🇨🇳. It was an unforgettable experience – as we were looking for the part of the wall that wouldn’t have any tourists. So we had to drive further away from Beijing and to wake up at 3 am. Have you guys been to China?

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#followmeto the ancient village of Yangzhou and Guilin’s magical mountains… watch other pictures and videos in the gallery – they make you feel like you are in a different universe.
Next to us is our friend – the fisherman Huang. Back then he was 96 years old. I wonder if he is still there and is fishing with cormorants – which is one of the oldest Chinese traditions.

One of the most BEAUTIFUL places I have seen in the world

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#followmeto Zhouzhuang – The Venice of the East. One of the most beautiful and picturesque water-towns in China 🇨🇳. It was extremely packed with tourists when we were there – so my advice would be to shoot during sunrise. By the way do you know what the lotus flower symbolizes in Chinese culture?
Which image in gallery you like the most?

Absolutely stunning!!!! The lotus symbolizes the holy seat of Buddha 💞

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Ok. Let’s start some conversations here!! Where are you guys right now? How is your quarantine going? Me and @natalyosmann are at home in Moscow 🇷🇺 Russia since March. Love it, but miss travel.

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