old acropolis, Athens
There are places in the world that are very famous and we instantly surmise the image, when we listen to its name. Here we see buildings and the Acropolis by eyes of our photographer. A mix of old and modern, permanent and transitory, light and dark.
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Flower
acropolis athens greece
A population that fought to make the skies bigger and the grounds harder, a town that grew to be a city, a city that grew to be more than what they could be, each time reuniting more and more strenght and force of will to do what they want and get what they deserve. A crossed pathway between winning and losing.
two ropes, green sea
The ropes half the sea for four parts. It can symbolize four seasons, four sides of the world - east, west, north and south. four beautiful triangle.
photo portrait , old room
A large slightly blurred Polaroid photo portrait of a man is displayed on the decrepit wall of a crumbling building. Thought the photo is fairly unremarkable, it is framed by a marked but sturdy discoloured doorframe that gives the simply photo a macabre sense.
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A landscape with tall tress and lush shrubs is in silhouette cast by the waning sun that ushers in the darkness of night. The setting sun fades into an orange line along the horizon below a darkening blue sky.
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Cooling water droplets collect at the base of a purple flower on a single flower. The macro technique in photographing these crystal clear droplets makes them resemble sparkling diamonds against the velvet softness of the petal.
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Flight
fruit on tree
A ripe kinglet or persimmon fruit with its reddish-peachy skin bursts open though still attached to the tree. The over ripe fruit has split from the excess of juices it holds giving a glimpse of the sweet yellow insides as it hangs from its blossom on its green lush mother plant.
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The peaceful beauty rests on top of a lumpy piece of nature. The hard rock serves as a home to the little snail, letting it lay on top and wait for the better times to come, when he can continue moving and find another place to stay, where he's safe.