See What Life Is Like in a Hidden Siberian Village
A Russian photographer explores her ancestral ties to a tiny town that has been isolated for centuries—and wants to stay that way.
In the cold of March, villagers provide food and warmth to semi-feral horses like this pregnant mare. Later in the year, hunters load horses with elk, reindeer, and sable. The photographer’s family has named this mare Tuchka—Small Cloud in Russian.
Photographs byElena Anosova
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This story appears in the March 2018 issue of National Geographic magazine.
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