Life is a journey. Follow your heart.
And this man who follows his wife everywhere has been doing just that.
Murad Osmann, the Russian photographer who started the Instagram trend #followmeto has set major relationship goals for each one of us. The way he captures every moment while following his beautiful wife Nataly Ossman is simply commendable.
Murad started his journey from Barcelona, after which he traveled to Spain, Italy, France, Florida and many other iconic places. He then decided to spread his love to India and visited Delhi, Varanasi, Jaipur, Agra, and much more.
But this time the couple revisited our country with a unique intention and the intention was to get remarried in a desi style. And what could have been a better location for this occasion than our very own ‘Taj Mahal?’
They captured their signature shot at the Taj Mahal and we can’t stop admiring the picture.
#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. #следуйзамной в Тадж Махал. Признаюсь вам – найти новый ракурс и переплюнуть предыдущую фото было для нас сложной задачей, но эта фотография мне нравится больше :). А какая вам? On Nataly: @abujanisandeepkhosla, @amrapalijewels, @raabrabyrahul. #IndiaInstaMeet @beautifuldestinations @theluxurycollection @itchotels
They also wished all their Indian fans a very Happy Diwali
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. 🇷🇺С праздником Дивали всех наших друзей из Индии. Фото #следуйзамной будет уже через пару часов. Одна из самых наших любимых получилась :)!🇷🇺 📸 @jacob Styled by: @mohitrai #indiainstameet @theluxurycollection @itchotels
There’s so much love in this picture, isn’t it?
They made sure they looked desi for their desi wedding.
This one shows that Nataly totally enjoyed being an Indian bride.
If this isn’t beauty then what is?
It's important to seek beauty in everything and everywhere … Every time when we travel in India, I'm really inspired , but some people only see the dirt here. #Indiainstameet @beautifuldestinations Как важно видеть красоту во всем и везде.. Каждый раз путешествуя по Индии, я схожу с ума от вдохновения и восхищения, но многие видят в ней только грязь… @ITChotels @TheLuxuryCollection
If this is love, we’d never want to stop loving.
Nataly wore a stunning lehenga choli designed by Abu-Sandeep and styled by Mohit Rai.