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
An old, yet imposing wall of brick and stone stands tall in the bright hours of the morning, as a final reminder of some long-forgotten castle’s bastion, while ferns and other shrubbery slowly eat away through its grand edifice. Two smoky trails in the skies mark the path left by aircraft on their rounds.
a line of shadowy clouds cut across the clear sky, while a classic scene of a setting Sun dots the far-right horizon, casting a final flickering glow that will soon be extinguished. A shooting star races across the stop, thereby adding an interesting detail to a mesmerizing photograph.
Through the old greying water faded boards on a bench, a single pigeon is standing alone surrounded by fallen orange fruits and dried leaves. The feathered creature is not focused on its surroundings as it is staring in the distance with its single orange eye wide open.
The quiet waves are very near the shore of the sea. Sometimes they kiss each other, sometimes go far away. It is a pleasure to look at this landscape sitting in the sand.
A leaning water fountain made almost entirely of naturally occurring rocks and stones in a jagged and rough but fantastically natural design stands in the middle of a larger body of water. The fountain’s slanted design is outlined by the streaming wash of white bubbling water.
Three furious blade cut the air in half. The softess touch to ever make such a drastic change, the grace and beauty of being delicate and pure now refreshes the sound of loud crowds, insults and offense. Standing up in the middle of nowhere, being a stronger force of nature.
The ancient columns of Greece are viewed through a raindrop splattered window on a rainy afternoon. The drops of water sliding down the glass resemble tears being shed in sadness for the past majestic scene that the lone columns represent.
An incredible calmness comes from this photo. On ruffled undulating waves roll boats in the noiseless night. They are not desolate, they only have their earned rest. The bottom of the sea has an inimitable dye of gold. Morning will change everything.
The lonesome structure that once defeated the sun and the corrosive grace of the thin sand that decorates everyplace around it now stands in the middle of nowhere, in solitude, craving the touch of any wave that wants to reach for it and finally shower it with freshness, giving it the blessing of Poseidon.
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