A photograph Sasha Leahovcenco captured stunning images of inuits, living at the end of the world.
Trudging through snow drifts and blizzards, across the deep tundra of the northern Russian region of Chukotka, Leahovcenco traveled to meet a small nomadic tribe of reindeer herders - disconnected from the modern world where the way of life has barely changed for thousands of years.
In fact, for most of these people, this was the first time that they had ever entertained or seen a guest.
Sustaining themselves through their reindeer herding, whale hunting and fishing, the people Leahovcenco visited can only be reached by airplane.
'We hope to engage humanity’s deep rooted fascination with nature and desire to understand humanity. Perhaps by getting a glimpse of this nomadic way of life we will reflect on this modern world and what in our lives is truly important,' said Leahvcenco.