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cheshme ali-canonD400
(historical place in south of tehran,that's called Cheshme Ali.poor children go to this place for swimming in summer,some time they lied on earth like sunbath but it's not sunba
Fun in the street
Shooting outside with a 300mm f4 prime.  The rain came and we started to pack it in and she gave me a quick sit-stay. The color version is nice but a few days later I started thinking about the black
summer and game
Wood for our future pyre
Lost city map and reflection
Hidden talent in rag picker children
demonstration for work in tehran.
(young peoples demonstration for work in tehran. a moment before this image people  outspread by police and just stand paper of them)
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Artist at cobbled gallery
Wild asses in habitat.
LEOPARD
"Arts finest pose"
lunch and related to hands and foots.

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lunch  
(i like related between hands, eyes,women, child, hen for lunch in one shot)
The natural world
"Living life from the top"!
summer and Pahlavan bazi
(in side of bazaar you can see like this.it's same as show by strong man.)
The natural world
Pahlavan bazi

in side of bazaar you can see like this.it's same as show by strong man.
transfer

 (kurd and turk people have a place in northwest for sale, buy....animals .in this bazaar you can see different related between human and animals-people and animals transfer together in on
The natural world
related 

(kurd and turk people have a place in northwest for sale, buy....animals .in this bazaar you can see different related between human and animals)
Atomic bomb in my PC
(we have lot of word but we can say.just we say ok)
 explosion happened in our pc where is UN!
11th Annual Smithsonian Magazine Photo Contest
"Arts finest pose"

"Arts finest pose"

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Date Taken: 10.2013
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