BLACK AND WHITE
Fight of bees
bee, photo of animal, nature photo, flowers, nature
The beautiful sky
Color of the sky
sky blue color
Karahunj. Zorats Karer
Zorakarer is 3500 years older than England’s Stonehenge and 3000 years older than the Egyptian pyramids.
Located in Syunik Province 6 km away from the town of Sisian.
Photos of butterflies
Ancient astrological observatory. Armenia
One of the best known and most interesting archaeological landmarks in Armenia...
Storks on the field
Zorats karer. Armenia
the tracks etched upon the cloudy skies is visible though the inside of a stone arch, providing a different perspective to a gay setting. A lone bird, small as a pin-prick, floats in the centre of the setting, signifying reality and life.
The image shows a dimly lit room with photographs on the wall and handwritten notes draped on strings that are tied tautly at different angles across the room. The lone battered wooden table strewn with parchment and the single pen is spotlighted and gives a nostalgic melancholy feeling.
This photo pays attention to the problem of environmental pollution. Humanity takes from the nature all it can. It made plenty of factories, mills and nuclear plants that dirty the air and our planet. We breathe the black smoke. Gradually this problem becomes more and more important.
A match with its tip caught ablaze is positioned facing forward giving a direct view of the flare that it produced when it was struck. The burnt match head is surrounding by the curling flames red-orange and blue flames from the tiny spark that could make a pyro’s dreams come true.
The fathers of the families peek around, like a telescope, looking over the ongoing growth of a green sea of joy. The kind touch of the great father of all and every form of life caress their faces softly, warming them up after a cold night of rain and destruction. Making room for a wave of recovery.
An interesting image, with obscure figures shapes and light colored shades. It seems we appeared in a magic tale and found an old trunk in the cellar. Judging from many cobwebs, these are forgotten and old things. So where is the treasure?
A single golden lantern pointing to the sky rests on top of a concrete column with thin metallic bars at different levels on the sides. The fence and lantern are on the backdrop of an afternoon sky covered in light wispy clouds with a few denser clouds of a purple hue.
The beautiful scenery view of cam waters and green mountains turning to black, as the sun is fading away leaving behind a long dark trail of a cloud in the light peachish sky. It is like its signature for presence in the surface of the sky.
The electric sharpness of growth, spiralling into itself, turning more dark with time. Losing a chance to fight, becoming stiff and steady but earning it is own level of defense, a seemingly simple, yet effective spiky mechanism that indicates danger and pain, coming together in a green canvas with a touch or chaos.
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