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Comfort
Modern day
Sunrise
Opposal Attraction
Old but not forgotten
Sardinian beachfront
Chaos
1972 Volkswagon Beetle, Austin, Texas
Quenching a Blistering Sun
Prayer at Chartres
Stylin at Southpark City
Imitating Permanence
Great Gray Owl
Anthony Lake sunset
Six Blue Angels soar over Dayton, OH
Family Tree
A Flower's Glow
A Copperhead showing off his cicada dinner!
Fourth Of July fireworks over Lake Coeur D' Alene
Eastern Copperhead eating a fresh Cicada
Colorful Minerva Terrace Pools
In the Land of Wonders
Lake Laugarvatn, Iceland
16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Imitating Permanence

As bodies in nature, we are constantly weathered by wind, waves, and sunlight. We move through the natural world imitating it, taking advantage of it, fighting it, and attempting to be as far apart from it as possible. We are both natural and supernatural beings existing within the context of a physical world, a world that is wild, untamed, and unpredictable. Although we have strayed from our own wilderness, we can still return. First through imitation, then through understanding.

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© Masha Sardari.
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Date Taken: 02.2017
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Date Uploaded: July 9, 2018, 9:33 p.m.
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