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A young Indonesian girl takes a photo of herself for the first time.
One of the jobs of the Iranian coast of the Persian Gulf
Fishing equipment is
Many are doing it in the traditional way
A young Filipino girl sits and watches the world go by.
a tribal woman carrying firewood for baking bread
I driving to the south of iran
And while the native tribes lived in this region
I learned alot from these people
Mama Samosa - This lady visited our cottage on the Kenyan coast everyday with delicious samosa treats.
Presence
A definition of a person's shadow is also OK!
93 year old man who sew
Is still working
A greek man crouches by the lake outside of his taverna.
A Pre-Halloween Farmers Market visit with my Husband.
i driving to pasabandar @south of iran & I met with fishermen
At first glance this man appears to be having coffee with a feline friend in a coffee shop in Amsterdam.
Persian fallow deer are physically larger than fallow deer, their antlers bigger and less palmated. They are nearly extinct today, inhabiting only a small habitat in Khuzestan, southern Iran, two rath
Charming skies across the ocean
A wasp taking a rest on a leaf.
Interesting insects that appear to have similar markings to that of a tribal mask.
A ladybird hanging on to an unopen bud.
i  driving with my father & climbing to this mount
Sun shining through these interesting bendy trees at Stourhead Gardens, UK.
the milky way @this tree
@sUMMER IN FILBAND VILAGE
i go so close to this corocodile for record this image
Sunita & gendu
This image is a part of my project on the child artists of India focusing particularly on two sisters sunita and Gendu.

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Two dogs playing around at a horse ranch.
climbing to see Kaboodwal waterfall
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
Persian fallow deer are physically larger than fallow deer, their antlers bigger and less palmated. They are nearly extinct today, inhabiting only a small habitat in Khuzestan, southern Iran, two rath

Persian fallow deer are physically larger than fallow deer, their antlers bigger and less palmated. They are nearly extinct today, inhabiting only a small habitat in Khuzestan, southern Iran, two rather small protected areas in Mazandaran

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Karaj, Iran
Member since 2014
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© Emad Nematollahi.
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 01.2011
Filed Under: Natural World
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Date Uploaded: Oct. 19, 2013, 7:11 a.m.
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Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II
Focal Length: 400mm
Shutter Speed: 1/160
Aperture: f5.6
ISO: ISO2500
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