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Mister “V” in his caravan
NATURE WITH NO BOUNDARIES
bird tugging a string
Seagulls flying over Charles bridge in Prague
On the road
On the Road to Hana
Paternal love
Americana
shivaratri festival
Bear and Salmon
Cowboy and Cattle at the end of the day
Lost
The look on my body
Poles & mountains
Liberty
Leopard and cub
quartier Berlin
Children on the Beach
Barbería
Unfinished
The lady in the forest
The stream appears to be a little chilly even for this king penguin.
Inner peace
15th Annual Smithsonian.com Photo Contest
Lost

Since Ancient times till now the cow is seen as symbol of earth and fertility in many asian countries. Killing a cow and spilling it's blood was known for the end of winter time and production of life energy. In this picture we can see the head of a cow whose blood was spilled many times on the same earth, however it couldn't avoid harm to the people.

TAGS: Ancient, History, Stone

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Kerman, Iran
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Image Source: digital
Date Taken: 09.2016
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Date Uploaded: Nov. 30, 2017, 9:19 a.m.
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