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© مرا استحکام کار نهایت کار نیست، بدایت کار است، که من عمارت برای جان می‌کنم و دیگران برای تن | رضا قاسمی | معمای ماهیار معمار​

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Repost from @freyadowson My heart feels so heavy today for the loss of an amazing woman, conservationist, mother, grandmother and friend. I feel so privileged to have known Daphne Sheldrick, founder of the @dswt, to have been able to spend time listening to her stories about life and the natural world. She accomplished so much for elephants and for Kenya’s wild places, and it breaks my heart to know how much she will be missed. But I read somewhere last night that said she will have been greeted and celebrated on the other side by the grateful mothers of all the orphaned baby eles she rescued, raised and returned to the wild - and I thought that was such an amazing thought. I have such a beautiful last memory of her, giving me some advice and kindness at a time when I really needed it - she will never be forgotten. Shot on assignment for the @dswt#whpwildthing #awesomeearth #passionpassport #beautifuldestinations #worldcaptures #alifeofintention #thisisafrica #lonelyplanet #gritandvirtue #in2nature #whyweadventure #camp4pix #natgeoyourshot #discoverearth #mountainstones #protectthewild #africalove #wildlifeconservationday #exploreourearth #lifelivedbeautifully #lifeofadventure #protectwildlife #wildlifeconservation #livebeautifully #simplejoys #conservation #wildlife #ivoryfree #wildlifephotography

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My heart feels so heavy today for the loss of an amazing woman, conservationist, mother, grandmother and friend. I feel so privileged to have known Daphne Sheldrick, founder of the @dswt, to have been able to spend time listening to her stories about life and the natural world. She accomplished so much for elephants and for Kenya’s wild places, and it breaks my heart to know how much she will be missed. But I read somewhere last night that said she will have been greeted and celebrated on the other side by the grateful mothers of all the orphaned baby eles she rescued, raised and returned to the wild - and I thought that was such an amazing thought. I have such a beautiful last memory of her, giving me some advice and kindness at a time when I really needed it - she will never be forgotten. Shot on assignment for the @dswt#whpwildthing #awesomeearth #passionpassport #beautifuldestinations #worldcaptures #alifeofintention #thisisafrica #lonelyplanet #gritandvirtue #in2nature #whyweadventure #camp4pix #natgeoyourshot #discoverearth #mountainstones #protectthewild #africalove #wildlifeconservationday #exploreourearth #lifelivedbeautifully #lifeofadventure #protectwildlife #wildlifeconservation #livebeautifully #simplejoys #conservation #wildlife #ivoryfree #wildlifephotography

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© My fascination with lions was the year in which I discovered a beautiful lion rug in Shiraz, it was this encounter that changed my destiny and opened a door to the world of carpets. Soon after acquiring the first lion rug, fortune put more of them in my path. Soon I learned that unlike other rugs, these were not made solely to please the eye and that many secrets lay hidden behind their enchanting patterns like symbols of the tribal ideal of bravery | Parviz Tanavoli | Quotes

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© Parviz Tanavoli Iranian sculpture studied art and sculptures in Tehran and later in Italy, after a 17 years gap he returned back to the symbolic and cultural soul of Iran. The artistic showcase was about the extinction of Persian lions and other big cats of Iran, that gaining important national and cultural and even religious symbolism. The gallery has been designed by the Persian Wildlife Heritage Foundation in collaboration with artist, July and August 2017

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© The gold lion Rhyton is an ancient artifact related to Achaemenid empire, is a kind of vessel which normally has the shape of an animal's head or horns. Early Iranians had Rhyton with an animal head at the end of the vessel, later in Achaemenid period the animal part of the Rhyton was usually located in front of it and has a 90 degree angle to the vessel. Was found by Fletcher Fund in 1954 in south west of Iran and is now located in Metropolitan Museum of Art in United States, has been created in about 5th century BC

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© In Persian language we use the same word for the lion, the water tap and the milk, which is SHIR. In past years was a head of lion on head of the most water tabs, the people whenever were going to get water, they said loud and clear that we are going to get the water from head of the lion

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Фото автора @paulnicklen После 17 лет работы с National Geographic фотограф-постановщик и кинооператор Пол Никлен (@paulnicklen) чувствовал себя вынужденным начать что-то новое. «Я хотел увидеть непосредственное влияние фотографии», объясняет Пол, который основал SeaLegacy (@sea_legacy), коллектив визуальных рассказчиков, которые сегодня документируют самые большие проблемы, с которыми сталкиваются наши океаны. «Моя цель - использовать мою камеру для подключения людей к видам животных, которым нужна наша помощь». На #WildlifeConservationDay Павел предлагает следующее сообщение: «Я хочу, чтобы люди поняли, что животные являются частью сложной экосистемы. Вы не можете уволить насекомое, вливая свою любовь и внимание в пандских медведей и белых белых тюленей. Нам нужно понять, что все экосистемы связаны, от самого верхнего до самого низа ». Начиная с сегодняшнего дня, когда люди ищут хэштаг, связанный с вредным поведением животных или окружающей среды, они будут видеть консультативный экран содержания. Мы стремимся к созданию более безопасного, доброго мира как на Instagram, так и за его пределами.

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© One of the oldest historic monuments in Tehran and world heritage is Golestan Palace, more than 440 years old constructions and renovations. Was built during the reign of Tahmasp I, was later renovated by Karim Khan Zand dynasty. Agha Mohammad Khan Qajar chose Tehran as his capital and the palace became the official residence of the Qajar dynasty, during the Pahlavi reign was used for formal royal receptions

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© از زعفران روی من رو می‌بگردانی چرا | جلال‌الدّين محمّد بلخى | غزليات، ديوان شمس

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© Palace name is the Edifice of the Sun that considered the most stunning structure of the Golestan Palace, was known as SHAMS OL EMAREH. Designed by Moayer ol Mamalek, have multiple arches and intricate tile work that its architect was Ali Mohammad Kashi

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© Way of journeying to heaven

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© That earth and heaven may laugh with joy, that intellect and spirit and eye may increase a hundredfold | Jalaleddin Mohammad Balkhi | First Book, Masnavi Manavi

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© Drown in Clouds

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© Set thy face to the wall and sit alone, choose to be secluded even from thine own existence | Jalaleddin Mohammad Balkhi | First Book, Masnavi Manavi

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Regrann from @timflachphotography - On #WildlifeConservationDay, it's never been more important for people to feel a deep connection with other species and better understand the role they play in our mental, physical and emotional health, as well as in our very survival. #Fireflies #Conservation #Endangered #photography #wildlife #timflach #natgeo #japan - #regrann

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Today is #worldwildlifeday for big cats and while this five month old leopard cub might not be ‘big’ by any means, he certainly has earned the right to stand tall among all the typical big cats! 😍 It was such a treat to watch him and his siblings for hours in Jawai. Long known for its strong density of leopards, these big cats survive and thrive in the area thanks to local acceptance of the cats in the ecosystem!!! 🙏 Unfortunately it isn’t always like this in parts of the world where humanization and poaching are having a toll on these magnificent creatures. There is so much we can do if we collectively put our minds to the fact that nature is belong to all and all creatures deserve a right to not only live but also thrive on this earth. 🌏 Huge thank you to @varawal_leopard_camp for this incredible opportunity to spend two unforgettable days with these big cats!

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Today we look at the most iconic of the Big Cats. The Tiger. #Repost @pantheracats

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Photo by @paulnicklen After 17 years with National Geographic, wildlife conservation photographer and cinematographer Paul Nicklen (@paulnicklen) felt compelled to start something new. “I wanted to see immediate impact through photography,” explains Paul, who co-founded SeaLegacy (@sea_legacy), a collective of visual storytellers who document the biggest issues facing our oceans today. “My goal is to use my camera to connect people to the species of animals that need our help.” On #WildlifeConservationDay, Paul offers this message: “I want people to understand that animals are all part of a complex ecosystem. You cannot dismiss an insect while pouring your love and attention into panda bears and baby white harp seals. We need to realize that entire ecosystems are connected, from the very top to the very bottom.” Starting today, when people search for a hashtag associated with harmful behavior to animals or the environment, they will see a content advisory screen. We are committed to fostering a safer, kinder world both on Instagram and beyond. #love

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A Glimmer of Hope for a Species: "In 2016 I spent several weeks in Africa with my long-time guide and good friend Njinu. During these weeks, Njinu shared a number of stories, but one in particular became etched in my mind. He told me about the last of a prominent species which was located in a private reserve in central Kenya. The story was tragic and it appeared to have a tragic ending—one that was soon to end in extinction. I couldn’t get it out of my head. I was heartbroken; here was another example of extinction at the hand of man. Later that month as I flipped through a magazine in the Nairobi airport, I found a detailed article and learned more about the critically endangered species Njinu was telling me about. He was right, the last 3 individuals of a prominent species were being guarded in a reserve in central Kenya, but the magazine article mentioned something he did not—a glimmer of hope. A group of scientists wanted to attempt a new procedure that could potentially save the species by producing babies, but only if they could raise the funds. In 2017, I went to the reserve and stood side by side with the last male of the species—to see for myself what was left but also to see if there was anything I could do. From all I can gather there is a glimmer of hope! I am excited to share this story with you in the coming months both here on social media and at our WALLS Signature Events. Leave a comment to receive your invite to the events.” —Benjamin Walls

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Camouflaged lion waiting on the rains over Tsavo. Every time I take a photo like this I always hear about the “man eating lions” of Tsavo that got a taste for humans and killed so many people in the 1800’s working on the railway line through the park. Which is interesting because the film Ghost in the Darkness about these same lions was one of my favourite movies growing up, and I used to watch it on sleepovers with my friends. Looking back it was a pretty strange choice of favourite film to watch so many times... But also not really I guess, considering how things turned out 💛 #awakethelight#awesomeearth #beautifuldestinations #passionpassport #liveforthestory #thisisafrica #whywecreate #everydayeverywhere #lonelyplanet #whyweadventure #recklessimage #africalove #natgeoyourshot #in2nature #climatechange #exploreheaven #endangeredspecies #earthfever #worthmorealive #onassignment #artofvisuals #wildlifephotography #wildlife #conservation #sceniclocations #alifealive #neverstopexploring #wildlifeconservation #wildlifeconservationday #protectwildlife

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Heaven is photographing sleepy baby elephants for an afternoon, waiting for them to do cute stuff and then realising that you’ve shot thousands of photos because surprise surprise, EVERYTHING THEY DO IS CUTE! #WHPspontaneous #awakethelight Shot on assignment for the @dswt 💛 This is a wild born baby from an ex orphan ele who was rescued, raised at their Nairobi orphanage, and then reintegrated back into the wild.🐘 • #awesomeearth #passionpassport #beautifuldestinations #worldcaptures #alifeofintention #thisisafrica #lonelyplanet #gritandvirtue #in2nature #whyweadventure #camp4pix #natgeoyourshot #discoverearth #mountainstones #protectthewild #africalove #wildlifeconservationday #exploreourearth #lifelivedbeautifully #lifeofadventure #protectwildlife #wildlifeconservation #livebeautifully #simplejoys #conservation #wildlife #ivoryfree #wildlifephotography

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#Repost @instagram ・・・ Photo by @paulnicklen After 17 years with National Geographic, wildlife conservation photographer and cinematographer Paul Nicklen (@paulnicklen) felt compelled to start something new. “I wanted to see immediate impact through photography,” explains Paul, who co-founded SeaLegacy (@sea_legacy), a collective of visual storytellers who document the biggest issues facing our oceans today. “My goal is to use my camera to connect people to the species of animals that need our help.” On #WildlifeConservationDay, Paul offers this message: “I want people to understand that animals are all part of a complex ecosystem. You cannot dismiss an insect while pouring your love and attention into panda bears and baby white harp seals. We need to realize that entire ecosystems are connected, from the very top to the very bottom.” Starting today, when people search for a hashtag associated with harmful behavior to animals or the environment, they will see a content advisory screen. We are committed to fostering a safer, kinder world both on Instagram and beyond. #art.of.graphic

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WILD: Photo by @paulnicklen After 17 years with National Geographic, wildlife conservation photographer and cinematographer Paul Nicklen (@paulnicklen ) felt compelled to start something new. “I wanted to see immediate impact through photography,” explains Paul, who co-founded SeaLegacy (@sea_legacy ), a collective of visual storytellers who document the biggest issues facing our oceans today. “My goal is to use my camera to connect people to the species of animals that need our help.” On #WildlifeConservationDay, Paul offers this message: “I want people to understand that animals are all part of a complex ecosystem. You cannot dismiss an insect while pouring your love and attention into panda bears and baby white harp seals. We need to realize that entire ecosystems are connected, from the very top to the very bottom.” Starting today, when people search for a hashtag associated with harmful behavior to animals or the environment, they will see a content advisory screen. We are committed to fostering a safer, kinder world both on Instagram and beyond. ( via @instagram ) : #model #fashion #paris #art #tbt #nyc #luxury #moda #streetstyle #follow4follow #contemporaryart #design #architecture #film #photography #style #literature #music #designer #details #fashionista #vscocam #bag #makeup #fashionblogger #london #brand #interiordesign #white

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