WARNING you may gets serious bouts of jealousy while viewing these awe-inspiring travel snaps.
The internet exploded when Russian photographer Murad Osmann posted shots of his beautiful girlfriend Natalia Zakharova in exotic locations around the globe in 2013.
Stunning snaps saw the leggy blonde leading the photographer away from the camera in various exotic locations around the world.
And now a young couple from Canada, who were inspired by Murad’s #followmeto Instagram, have replicated the stunning shots.
Christian LeBlanc, 22, and his girlfriend Laura, 22, have experienced full moon parties, swam with whale sharks and drank “cat poo coffee” since they embarked on their adventure in January.
Their stunning photos show Laura leading Christian by the hand as they experience the wonders of the world.
In one snap Laura is seen flatting her pert posterior as they head of tubing in Laos.
While another breathtaking image shows the hot blonde covered in mud in front of a group of elephants.
His now famous elephant selfie is just one of the wanderlust shots that went viral on social media.
“Animals are really hard to photograph as they often have a completely different agenda to you, like with my incident with a particularly photogenic animal that took over the shot,” said Christian.
“My elephant selfie, or ‘elphie’, was my favourite photo of the entire trip although I can’t take all of the credit for that.”
Thanks to the stunning pictures, Christian’s Instagram page now has more than 28,000 followers and the couple both have travel vlogging pages on YouTube.
Christian first left Canada after a school exchange in January meant that he had the opportunity to study abroad in Bangkok.
Since Laura joined him in March, the happy pair have graduated from their year and travelled to 10 countries across Asia.
“Murad Osmann is the original creator of this style of ‘followmeto’ photos and I loved the concept,” said Christian.
“It’s a more interesting way of sharing your experiences and the best part is you don’t need to look put together because the picture is from behind.”