BLACK AND WHITE
Trident fishing rods on the beach
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
Several olive green acorns nuts some completely free from their outer covering and a few still encapsulated in their green leathery looking cups with pointed ridges rest on a round sand roughened flat bed. The small nuts share the space with an object resembling a dumbbell.
The middle of the earth choking between sharp ends. Blades that cut their way to your insides, slashing your throat, your stomach. Tearing up your heart and giving you eyes full of tears, for them to slide peacefully across your face down to the ground again. Where they all belong.
Exquisite kaleidoscopic brown dove, pensively staring across an enchanting cool light turquoise body of water. This thoughtful flyer is coated in an intricate plumage that ranges between delicate ashen grey downs, earthy browns, snowy whites and warm tans.
A collection of vivid pictures including, black and white and coloured drawings and photographs and handwritten missives are exhibited on a white wall. The pictures display vastly different people and emotions. The single sheet of paper falling resembles a leaf gently floating to the ground.
The embracive touch of mother Gaia, wrapping in dirt what it owns, what it creates. Extending bellow every inch of existance, the great principle of life now simply taken over, bracing between its frigid hands a renewal of hope and living: Letting the rest wonder what their future will be like.
The star in the sky is full of follage and delivers a bigger force to nature, a giving living creature in the phase of the earth rules the lands and stands out because of the ultimate transformation that made it what it is today. Leaves hug the tree and latch to it, hardly taking a chance to fall of.
This lucky lizard with its multifarious shades of green, hangs on to a large brown bark trying to consume the late night dinner that he had been able to catch. The large bug however was intent on not being dinner and was still struggling not to be the reptiles evening meal.
A single fat drop of water is suspended in mid-air as gravity drags it to the ground along with other smaller drops to increase the puddle. The huge pebble of water is further away from the other drops and reflects the lighting as well as the dark surface of the puddle that it will join.
professional fishing rod on the shore and set his idiot luck. these rods are expensive and not available to all fans of this fun fishing.
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