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Soft-boiled egg
Train express
Man in the middle of the lake
The Desert Speaks
A beautiful smile
Park Bench
Canyon Glow
Autumn people
Inside Passage Reflection
Закат на Сеймом
Calm serenity
Infinity
Hues of history steeped in limestone
The magic mountains
Salt veins
Captive Zebra Playing Captive
Diya In Diwali
Honoring our Veterans on a snowy day
The great wall in autumn
Black Dog on a Frozen Lake
The bee as seen by me outside my window from my bedroom where I have the flower tub.
One by one
Young Pied Flycatcher outside the window
16th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Infinity

Figures come from nature.Therefore, they are in great harmony with their primitive nature,as plants growing.They can be admired when they are in the balance and coordination of all organs,with temperature harmonics,one can hear the beats in their mysterious ventricles.Her body which is the most tangible expression of his mysterious form.As the beginning of the moment of birth.A kind of breeding in her virgin nature,a new generation of meaning.In the west the birth of Venus from the sea with a beautiful and often tempting face and a figure as perfect manifestation of fit and in the east the birth of Mitra is remarkable given the mythological history of my land.A rock gets pregnant. Mitra is born from the rock abdomen. She comes out of the rock naked. Mitra symbolizes femininity in my minds with the power of resurrection,she is the idea before my figures.In my paintings,the woman is free of any adornment to focus on the figure.A kind of inner life behind every image

TAGS: Body, Infinity, Nude, Woman

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Shiraz, Iran
Member since 2018
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© Seyedeh Maryam Ghazi.
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Image Source: mobile
Date Taken: 04.2018
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 22, 2018, 12:36 p.m.
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Camera Model: iPhone 8 Plus
Focal Length: 6.6mm
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Aperture: f2.8
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