Henri Cartier-Bresson / title: Suzdal, Russia / from the collection of photographs titled New Worlds USSR / 1972 / Cartier-Bresson was the first Western photographer to be admitted to the Soviet Union after the death of Josef Stalin, in 1953. When he returned to the U.S.S.R. nearly two decades later, in 1972 and 1973, his image of Soviet life developed a new dimension—grim, barren, and bleak.
EDIT: Just to make this clear. THIS IS HOW I (USED) TO DRAW SNARLING WOLVES. It is not correct, and the anatomy is COMPLETELY flawed in some aspects. Use at your own discretion! (keep in mind this ...