Angel Aj Adam Photography
I'm freelance Travel photographer, got that passion for photography since i was little kid, i started photography at 2006, and still learning, searching , Adding to my vision,I just take my camera on my shoulder and wander around, capture what i can really see, feel & relate, after all a single photograph can change the world, or at least make you see the world from a different angle


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  • standwithpalestine:

    A beautiful gesture from Lebanon - names of Palestinians killed by Israel in the last two weeks were hung on huge banners in Raouché, Beirut during a demonstration against the latest Zionist assault on Gaza, July 22, 2014. Protesters also threw flowers into the sea. Over 600 people have been killed (as of the morning of July 23, 2014), at least 25% of whom were children.

    (Photos: Jamal Saidi / Reuters)

    (Source: standwithpalestine, via nolandwithoutstones)

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  • Good Morning World, Follow My Travel Photography Page/Blog over Facebook via the following link http://www.facebook.com/angel.ajadam.photograph

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  • Fes old Tanneries مدابغ فاس البالي

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  • Ben Youssef Medresa مدرسة بن يوسف
    Marrakech, Morocco - مراكش المغرب

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  • Haghartsin Monastery, Dilijan, Tavush, Armenia

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  • Goshavank Monastery in Dilijan, Tavush, Armenia

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  • The Rape Of the Sabine Women - louvre

    Women for the greatness of Rome
    The painting depicts one of the mythical episodes surrounding the history of ancient Rome. The city has just been founded by Romulus, and the Romans wish to ensure the future prosperity of their young nation. As there is a lack of women to provide the necessary offspring, they plan a mass abduction. With this in mind, they invite the neighboring Sabines to a feast during which they seize the women and drive off the men. Three years later, the Sabines attack Rome in revenge. But the conflict is prevented thanks to the women, who stand between their brothers and their husbands (to whom they have become reconciled). Thus peace was achieved between the two peoples. Poussin has chosen to illustrate the scene of the abduction. Romulus stands on the left, dominating the proceedings, in a pose directly inspired by Imperial statues. In the central section, the painter emphasizes the panic and confrontation between the men and women. This all takes place against an architectural background in linear perspective, which gives the work its vanishing point. Also of interest is the way the artist has organized the figures, using two diagonal lines that start from the edges of the picture and join up where there is a gap in the landscape, thus making the work more dynamic.

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