Murad Osmann Continues To Captivate Us With His “Follow Me To” Project, Let’s Have A Look At Some Of His Recent Clicks

The current social media celebrity, Murad Osmann, best known for his project #FollowMeTo is a Russian photographer. His project, “Follow Me To” began in 2011 in Barcelona, Spain when his then-girlfriend Natalia Zakharova became irritated every time Murad asked her to pose for the photographer but that one time she walked away and Osmann took the photograph anyway. This gave light to the “Follow Me” series and he used this departure as the theme. Murad currently has 4.3 million Instagram followers.

Here are some of the best pictures by Murad Osmann:

1. Sagrada Familia, Barcelona

 

 

2. Moroccan Desert

 

Moroccan Desert

 

3. Kazbegi, Georgia

 

Kazbegi Georgia

 

4. Varanasi, India

 

Varanasi-India

 

5. Jodhpur, India

 

Jodhpur India

 

6. Lake Baikal, Russia

 

Lake Baikal Russia

 

7. Mexico City

 

Mexico City

 

8. Rhine House

 

Rhine House

 

9. Abu Dhabi Aldar skyscraper

 

Abu Dhabi Aldar skyscraper

 

10. Las Vegas

 

Las Vegas

 

11. Wedding Picture

 

 

12. TajMahal, India

 

 

13. Hollywood

 

 

14. Lguazu waterfalls, Brazil

 

 

15. 1600 Panda Exhibition, Hong Kong

 

 

16. Paris

 

 

17. Cathedral of Christ, Moscow

 

 

18. Alahmbra Granada

 

 

19. The snakes of Bali

 

 

20. London Eye

 

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