The famous "Follow Me To" couple was back in India recently and shot a series of stunning photographs across several locations in Delhi, Jaipur and Agra.
Russian couple Murad and Natalia Osmannâs Instragram project #FollowMeTo, which had pictures of their travel across the globe shot in their signature style, became an internet hit in 2015.
On their second trip to India, among other places, they shot at the magnificent Taj Mahal in Agra and at the Amer Fort in Jaipur.
Happy Diwali to all our Indian friends from me and @natalyosmann. #followmeto photo is coming in few hours. Stay tuned! It is one of the best ones ;) Just came back from an amazing India trip with our friends @beautifuldestinations. :)! @jacob Styled by: @mohitrai #indiainstameet @theluxurycollection @itchotels
"Finding a new angle was a challenge for us," Muradâs post on a photograph at the Taj reads.
"India is one of our favourite places in the world. Every time it opens for us in a completely new way. It's so inspiring and peaceful. This time, we even had a traditional wedding ceremony in India," Murad told HuffPost India.
#followmeto Taj Mahal with @natalyosmann. Finding a new angle was a challenge for us... I will be honest with you - I like this picture more than the previous one from Taj. Which one is your favourite? Thanks to our dear friend @mohitrai for coming to hotel at 5:30 a.m. and helping us with the dresses. :). Đ ? On Nataly: @abujanisandeepkhosla, @amrapalijewels, @raabrabyrahul. #IndiaInstaMeet @beautifuldestinations @theluxurycollection @itchotels
Speaking to Harperâs Bazaar, Murad described how their #FollowMeTo journey began in 2011 in Barcelona when the couple were on their first trip together.
"Nataly wanted to see everythingâ the mountain of Tibidabo, the cathedral of Sagrada de Familia and all the Tapas bars of Barcelona. I kept on taking photos, since that is always my favorite part of traveling. At one point, I wanted to take a photo of Nataly, but she got shy and turned away, grabbed my arm and dragged me forward. It didn't stop me from taking her photo; we made the first #followmeto shot accidentally, but really liked it when we were going over our photos from the trip. It started from there; I posted it on Instagram, created a hashtag, started shooting and posting more and the project began," he said.