Vahid Takro
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Death Of A Bird

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I'm from there. from a black city with a red sky. From an occupied territory, from the depth of the depression. I'm the same little boy, just got a little older and now I've learned how to fly. I am a bird and I feel jealous when I stare into the clean and fresh life of a small fish in the water. Look at the streets! Where are all the cars going to! and now this city is so crowded and there is no room for breathing. Can you imagine a city without cars? Just imagine colorful birds are flying above the town, singing and drinking water from the river. Fragrant flowers everywhere and a young musician in the corner... I'm a little boy with big dreams and a clean air is one of those dreams. - Vahid Takro

Photo Credit by: Liu Jun Wei Date: 19 Feb 2016

Photo taken at: Azadi Square

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Those who are into photography understand the vastness of the universe.

Here is a quote by one of those lovely photographers: "There is one thing the photograph must contain, the humanity of the moment. This kind of photography is realism. But realism is not enough - there has to be vision, and the two together can make a good photograph." - Robert Frank

Death Of A Bird
Photo taken at: Azadi Square

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