When mom is away from home

When mom is away from home, things can be tough for the father and child. Even for only a short amount of time, it’s often the case that chaos begins to unfold. The only good thing about this is that with dad, this chaos makes life a lot more interesting. A Russian man and his seven-year-old daughter worked out a great way to report back to his wife, who went away on a business trip, that everything was OK at home through a series of photos posted on Instagram.

Every day, they send her one photograph of them engaged in "ordinary" domestic activities.

"Mom loves order and cleanliness at home, but now we can do what we want," jokes father Marat.


This is not the first time Marat has been left alone with his daughter and had fun. They often travel together, sending mom unusual video reports.

"One photograph takes around 30 minutes to make," says Marat.

The ideas for the photographs of father and daughter are brought to life with the help of the photographic artist Yevgeny Shults.

Someone’s going to have problems when mom gets home. But it was fun while it lasted!




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