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Heart Disease To Leave Budapest

Heart Disease To Leave Budapest

Vahid Takro

May 13th, 2018

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I have a heart disease, I always leave my heart in different countries. In the last nights of my travels, my heart is afraid that I might leave it somewhere again. Meanwhile, on the last night, I understand how to begin my exploration in that city, but it's always too late and I have to go. The migratory bird sometimes flutters as if it is flying off unlike its own desire. And I have to go, I have to close a suitcase full of memories, I have to say goodbye to this city soon, but not to my lovely friends, because I'm sure I'll meet them soon somewhere else in the world.

Hungarian Youth Smiles

Hungarian Youth Smiles

Vahid Takro

May 12th, 2018

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The history will never be lost. People are always seeking to repeat the history, nations and different religions are attacking each other. For decades, we have witnessed the sorrow and joy of different nationalities. In countries like Iran that have been defeated by the enemy for many years and conquered by them, we are seeing the sadness, and just on this page of the history and elsewhere in the world, its reverse is visible. Behind the smile of the Hungarian youth, I see the efforts of the heroes of this country. The heroes who have made many efforts to save the country, politicians who have made very difficult decisions. The Hungarian parliament has always stood behind its people and in the end, they defeated Russia and Germany.

A kiss next to the Danube River

A kiss next to the Danube River

Vahid Takro

May 7th, 2018

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Girls like to hug in their childhood, the dolls were made for this. They want to talk to someone, so the dolls were made for this. Boys are the opposite, they like to be hugged in childhood, and when they grow up, both are reversed. Now, women like to be hugged, and men like to hug, and this conflict has always been beautiful for me and my camera. This photo was taken from a Danube River's bridge.

Gabriel at Hősök tere (Heroes’ Square)

Gabriel at Hősök tere (Heroes’ Square)

Vahid Takro

April 15th, 2018

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The top of the middle column depicts the angel (or as some reference him, the Archangel) Gabriel, who in this statue holds the Hungarian Holy Crown and the apostolic double cross in his hands. This statue shone very much and stood out to me, making me think about it for a few minutes. Many impressions can be drawn from this statue, for example, the sculptor, from my point of view, wanted to show that Gabriel had given this holy crown to the kings appointed by God for their time in history in Hungary. The angel Gabriel in the Abrahamic religions is an angel from God who came to the prophets to convey the message of God. Gabriel has been widely quoted in all three religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam; According to the followers of these religions, Gabriel saved Abraham from the fire (Judaism), supported Moses in the fight against Pharaoh (Judaism), drowned the Pharaohs in the Nile River of Egypt (Judaism), gave Daniel the meaning of a vision regarding the kings of Media, Persia and Greece (Christianity), foretold to Zechariah and the Virgin Mary (Christianity & Islam), the births of John the Baptist and Jesus (Christianity & Islam), and is believed to have revealed the Quran to Muhammad (Islam). Now the question that arose in my mind was this: If Gabriel wanted to send a message to the earth today, if there is a Prophet of God to come, what would that message be? I have repeatedly read in Islam that Gabriel has given the message of God to the Imams, and now in some of the Muslim countries, the society pays respect to and calls their kings by the title "Imam"? Why do Muslim kings know themselves as "Imams"? The definition of Imam means someone who leads prayer in a mosque, or someone who is divinely appointed and sinless, who can do no wrong. Do these kings or Imams receive a message from God? Is the content of these messages a massacre? :) Or do you think this is a kind of abuse of divine religions?

Happy Nowruz!

Happy Nowruz!

Vahid Takro

March 20th, 2018

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Happy Persian New Year (Nowruz) "Persia, my forgotten land" Persia, the land that I came from, a civilization that has always been popular in the world. A land that has always been besieged during the history, because it has always been full of bless. The civilization I am proud of, and very sorry about its siege. A land which is based on a religion: Good Thoughts, Good Deeds, Good Words: The way in the world is just one, and that way is truth. P.S: The photo was taken by me, and the bullets are artificial

Kiss in Budapest, Hungary

Kiss in Budapest, Hungary

Vahid Takro

March 16th, 2018

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From the beginning, there is the instinct of love in man, the tendency of humans to love is always more than their desire to live on a flat line. In other words, any way you take will come to love in the end. Love is an international language, but its accents in different countries have always been different for me. In Arab countries, love ends in unstable things (one night stay), which is the result of limitation. And everywhere in the world, love can be interpreted with different titles. Hungary is a safe country, which can be so trusted to kiss your lover under its flag. But the meaning of love for me is inexplicable, in fact it's a sensation that no words have been made to express it. And I can say that as long as its vacancy is felt, man always feels something in his life is incomplete. Love is not for sale at any price. Never touching someone's hands that you're sure that is in love with you is not achievable through money and appearance. Perhaps you can sometimes book actors/actresses who play the role of a lover. my photography

Book & Experience

Book & Experience

Vahid Takro

December 22nd, 2017

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We humans destroyed each other throughout history. In wars, in gambling, in business, in love... And all this is due to the desire for diversity, lust, money, insatiability, and so on. We need to know ourselves at the first, to know some experiences, to read the history and find ourselves in the world in order to face the world and human beings. One of these paths are the books, they tell us everything, not only the content of the book, but also the reading of the book itself reveals everything. He had seen all the wars with his own eyes and now the wars were over. He understood the meaning of defeat and victory. He knew the difference between war and peace. And he still knew the last place to look at is the depths of the books. My photography in Budapest

Love Contradictions

Love Contradictions

Vahid Takro

December 16th, 2017

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Women want crowdedness, and men silence. Women are thinking of the past and men are thinking about the future. These are just two examples of human contradictions. But again, people are together, they want to love each other, marry together. But contradictions are something that needs to be understood, if the contradictions are understood, love never dies. "My Photography

Destroying Achievements

Destroying Achievements

Vahid Takro

December 16th, 2017

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How awesome it is, when you look at the beauties and enjoy them. And how painful it is when you think about the fate of everything. We humans were always looking for a better life. We felt that we needed gods, we built churches, mosques and temples. We felt that we needed to have fun, we built amusement parks. We thought we should dance and drink something, we made beverages and bars. We wanted to travel more easily, we made cars. We wanted to be loved, we changed ourselves. We wanted to become a hero, we lived for others. Our insatiability caused us to attack, we made weapons, and destroyed our creatures. We have established world wars, we have destroyed ourselves. Throughout history, we have built a lot of things, and everyday, life gets harder for us. And we are still continuing, we are destroying what we have created

Strasbourg: City of Flowers

Strasbourg: City of Flowers

Vahid Takro

August 16th, 2017

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You will never win if you have never lost. Photo credit by @VahidTakro (Please don't copy, smart @katyperry