They’re possibly Instagram’s most famous couple.
Russian photographer, Murad Osmann snaps his partner, journalist Natalia Zakharova, as she holds his hand and leads him into breath-taking locations worldwide.
Osmann shares the photographs with his 3 million Instagram followers, using the hashtag #FollowMeTo on his account @muradosmann.
Last month, the couple married and their wedding photo (and accompanying album) was like something out of a Hans Christian Andersen story. The image shows Natalia walking up the aisle in a Vera Wang dress, surrounded by surrealist clouds and gold flamingos, received 380 thousand likes.
The couple have already travelled to far-flung destinations including America, Bali and Hong Kong and have even published a book of their photographs.
They have now outdone themselves with a honeymoon only dreams are made of.
Their first stop on their newly-wed adventure was a trip to Las Vegas, which was marked with a snap of Natalie perched precariously on the edge of a hotel, looking over at the famous Bellgaio fountains, next to the model Eiffel Tower. Another photograph shows Natalie in a bridal dress, appearing to walk into the fountains.
In their photographs, Natalie is often wearing beautiful outfits found on their travels, and the honeymoon is no different.
Their next stop was The Maldives, where Osmann posted a pic of his new wife leading him into the clear blue waters of the Indian Ocean, bejewelled and tanned in a selection of different swimwear.
Each photograph has amassed hundreds of thousands of likes and has been flooded with messages of love and support from the couple’s followers.
It’s difficult to look at the photographs and not turn into a green-eyed monster, at the beauty of this couple’s life, and their magical travels.
But, Osmann reveals his techniques in another Instagram account, ‘Followmetraveller’, which exposes just how much work goes in to each of their stunning photographs; lighting, a team of camera assistants and even step-ladders are involved in capturing the perfect image.
So don’t worry if your holiday pics aren’t quite as aspirational – and get back to kicking back with a good book.