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Moose and young
Portland Lighthouse in Portland Maine
Faceless
Sunday Sunset
Marina Beach, Chennai, posing with the celebs
Mine worker
group selfie
A small delicate mushroom just off a wooded trail
Marina Beach, Chennai, horse rinding
Fall colors along the Swift River in New Hampshire
don't worry  keep smile
Faceless
Downward Spiral
Through The Eye Of A Small Creature
Marina Beach, Chennai, family dressed in red
Keleti
Albany covered bridge over the Swift River in New Hampshire
BP
Marina Beach, Chennai, food stall serving corn
MC
View at Carrick-a-Rede
Sunset over the mountains
Mums in Fall
13th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Faceless

I believe that every soul has its own human face. Since we lost our connection in the recent past between each other and the world itself, we will soon forget who we are. Our well known face details started to fading, the characteristics and the aesthatics are getting less notable in this fast world. The viewer can be anyone who take a seat to slow down and observe. There is no visage at them. They will be alone in the dimensions of the photo. They are getting lost in unknown souls. So as in reality. New York, 2015

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Date Taken: 09.2015
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