Wolf


«We don’t speak to each other. I’m not allowed to look him straight in the eye. This is his house and his rules. I see him watching me while I’m learning to walk again, crawling around his house. I calm myself that I will never see him again when I’ll finally escape from this place. A scar still serves as a reminder of those long hours… that become days, and days that humbly become years.»


He calls himself Wolf, a nickname he was given during the civil war — the symbol of a warrior in a mythology of his land.

He lived in self-imposed isolation high up on a mountain for 20 years. 


Until I came. 









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Scars of Independence. Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
Wolf Story. Olga Ingurazova
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