Hossein Fardinfard

@fardinfard

"Everything we see hides another thing, we always want to see what is hidden by what we see" Rene Magritte www.fardinfard.net. info@fardinfard.net
From the ongoing project "The lost identity". An untold story of a tiny village in the country of Georgia where three ethnic groups live there and cannot stand each other: Russian Doukhobors, Muslim Georgians, and Christian Armenians. Documentary Series Reportage Village Society Portrait Woman Daughter Girl Kid Home House Photography Georgia Armenia Russia Identity Social Issues Human Community Civilization Bedroom Full Length Sitting Living Room Bed Home Interior Domestic Life Women Couch
Title: "The third eye" Portrait Blackandwhite Black And White Monochrome Portrait Photography Man Light And Shadow Eye Eyes Real People Photography One Storytelling Black & White Light Grey Looking Daily Life Love Life Hand Human Hand Close-up Depression Sadness Grief Crying Pretty
Temporary post: Five years living in the country of Georgia was the unforgettable part of my life. A country with lots of untold stories; A sweet nostalgia. Two years ago I started my photography here; since then I could discover this land more than before, I saw the hidden beauties in this culture among my own eyes! Each corner of this city and country made an immortal memory deep in my soul. Now at the age of 33, I'm leaving this country to move to the Netherlands, once again for studying, this time photography; to improve what I inherited from Georgia. The painful moments...But someday I'll come back again to divulge more secrets from such amazing warriors to the world in a better and correct way! You're deep in my heart, Georgia! The Week On EyeEm Editor's Picks
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Crowd Men City Popular Music Concert Unity The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Popular Music Concert Happy Hour Friendship Young Women Social Gathering Crowd Party - Social Event Men Togetherness Nightlife The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Human Hand Portrait Headshot Front View Mid Adult Close-up The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Men City Togetherness Women Architecture The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Patriotism Flag City Waving Rear View Cultures The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Politics And Government Illuminated Crowd Fan - Enthusiast Nightlife Men Popular Music Concert Togetherness The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Riot Crowd City Portrait Politics And Government Men Flame Illuminated Togetherness The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Politics And Government Human Hand Friendship Men Nightlife Crowd Politics Arts Culture And Entertainment Togetherness Well-dressed The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Crowd Performance Religion The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Tree Crowd Men Togetherness Women Celebration Popular Music Concert Sky The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Men Arts Culture And Entertainment City Togetherness Religion The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Popular Music Concert Fan - Enthusiast Crowd Audience Arts Culture And Entertainment Nightlife Togetherness Performance Enjoyment Young Women The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Arts Culture And Entertainment Sport The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards HUAWEI Photo Award: After Dark A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Crowd Young Women Audience Sitting Togetherness Musician Men Fan - Enthusiast Arts Culture And Entertainment Women The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Popular Music Concert Happy Hour Friendship Crowd Nightclub Party - Social Event Smiling Nightlife Illuminated Togetherness The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Women Headshot Young Women Close-up The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. Friendship Crowd Women Arts Culture And Entertainment Togetherness Film Industry The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. City Crowd Place Of Worship Togetherness Spirituality Religion Headshot Arts Culture And Entertainment Beauty Close-up The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave A New Beginning
"The green portrait" is a portrait series of four days street demonstrations in Tbilisi, the capital of the country of Georgia for legalizing of marijuana. During this four days, people of different ages who agreed or disagree with legalization came to streets to scream their demands. Those who agreed, gathered in front of the Parliament building to dance, the next days belonged to the opponents to come and scream their objection. The present portrait series shows the emotions, excitements and anger of protesters. Marijuana officially legalized on the 31st of August 2018 in Georgia. City Friendship Togetherness Men Arts Culture And Entertainment Mid Adult The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
Inside out! Travel Places Armenia Photography Village Life Style Portrait MOVIE Human Face Media Tv Picture Documentary Storytelling Dance Rural Life Traditional Contrast New Old Technology Home House Memory person Portrait Of A Woman Portrait Photography Picture Frame Communication Human Representation The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Still Life Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. Child Childhood Girls Domestic Room Standing Portrait Cute Candid Domestic Life Innocence The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. Child Sitting Childhood Girls Domestic Life Living Room Portrait Teenager Sofa Loneliness The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. Human Hand Midsection Close-up The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. Young Women Full Length Sitting Togetherness The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"MediArt" documentary photo series. This family’s harrowing story began 17 years ago when their first child was diagnosed with Cystic Fibroma at the young age of 2. In order to afford her medical treatment, they sold their home; however, the child died anyway, leaving them grieving and homeless. Following that devastating catastrophe, they spent a period of time living alone in the forest in flimsy cardboard constructions built out of whatever they could find. After awhile, the river near their makeshift home flooded, destroying what little sense of shelter they had managed to create but the family was assisted by some local people who provided them with a single room in a nearby wood factory. Recently, a documentary TV report that aired across the country brought attention to the family’s strife, and people from all over the country have come to their aid, providing them with food and supplies. This photo series, tries to highlight the family’s lifestyle and more important the influence of media in their life; how a TV report could change the life and lifestyle of a family. The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Travel Places Village Real People Real Person Photography Daily Life Life Style Life Peace person Portrait Photojournalism Journalism Journey Man Smile Looking At Camera Eyes Georgia Village Life Village One Story Human Representation Human Face The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. documentary Storytelling blackandwhite monochrome photography real person real people village places Travel daily life Life portrait person Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Photography Real Person Real People Village Places Travel Daily Life Life Portrait Man Life Style Looking Human Face Human Representation Black And White Black & White Old Man Aged Rural Scene Rural Life Exile Georgia Belief One Tbilisi The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome person Georgia Portrait Travel Places Village Real People Real Person Photography Daily Life Life Style Journalism Photojournalism Human Body Part Human Representation Human Face Children Boy Working Age Young Life Belief Black And White Black & White History The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Female Daily Life Travel Places Village Real People Real Person Photography Life Style Life Georgia person Journalism Journey Human Body Part Human Face Human Representation Looking Woman Portrait Woman NaTaSha One Belief Rural Portrait Looking At Camera The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Female Village Places Travel Real People Real Person Photography Looking Life Style Life Portrait Georgia Journalism Photojournalism Black And White Black & White Teacher Molokans Daily Life Community Belief Human Body Part Human Face Human Representation Black & White Black And White The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Travel Places Village Real People Real Person Photography Daily Life Life Style Looking Photojournalism Journalism Documentary Photography Human Body Part Human Face Human Representation person History Smile Exile Molokans Portrait Childhood Boys Looking At Camera Elementary Age Children The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Human Face Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Portrait Photography Places Village Travel Real People Real Person person Daily Life Two Female Life Style Looking Journalism Photojournalism Documentary Photography History Pain Child Childhood Togetherness Girls Bonding Love Human Representation The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Real People Real Person Photography Village Places Travel Daily Life Georgia person Life Style Female Journalism Photojournalism Journalism Black And White Black & White Aged Grandma Life Christianity Belief Portrait Eyeglasses  Human Face Men Front View The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Real People Real Person Travel Places Village Photography Daily Life Life Style Looking Man Black And White Journalism Journalism Photojournalism Life Man Belief Christianity Smile Georgia Soviet Union Documentary Photography History Portrait Close-up Human Representation The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Village Travel Real People Real Person Life Style Female Daily Life Life Love person Black And White Black & White Photojournalism Journalism Places Woman Community Religion Christianity Photography Looking Smiling Portrait Warm Clothing Happiness Close-up The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Travel Documentary Storytelling Real Person Places Life Style Photography Village Real People Monochrome Blackandwhite Man Peace person Life Man Daily Life Village History Sprituality Looking Kindness Georgia Belief One Community Portrait Men Headwear Front View The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
“In Exile” is a documentary portrait series of Molokans. Molokans are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected more than two hundred years ago by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They live in the east part of Georgia in the village of Ulianovka. After the collapse of the Soviet Union, many of them came back to Russia; also, their young generation left there to find a better job and lifestyle opportunity in the other parts of Georgia, and just a few of them(around 10 families) still live in this small territory. A small and old community which will be forgotten forever. Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome person Village Travel Real People Real Person Daily Life Female Portrait Religion Belief Village Photography Life Exile Woman Mother Grandma Grandmother Aged Old Lady Old Woman History Community Molokans Dress Spirituality The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
Streetphotography Photography Monochrome Documentary Blackandwhite Storytelling Street Photography Real Person person Icon Life Style Daily Life Portrait Man Travel Real People Belief Tbilisi Georgia Orthodox Pray Men Rear View Christianity Religion Cathedral Spirituality Religious  Church Place Of Worship The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Sakartvelo" thats what so called Natinalist Georgian March shouting. Another group of Georgians who are against the protest being held last 2days by "white noise" and large group of young generation. Protestors gathered infront of parliament and repeated their demands. Georgian march is there for 3 reasons; first to protect April 9 memorial which they said was disrispected, second to show their disagreement with drug decriminalization and third to send the protestors home and put an end to their protest. Photography Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Monochrome Streetphotography Portrait Real People People Street Photography Black And White Protest person Life Peace Man Woman Belief Religion Tbilisi Georgia Females Photooftheday Photo Reportage Politics And Government Men Religion Women Virgin Mary The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
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Portrait of a 20 years old Georgian girl Photography Real Person Street Photography Streetphotography Color Girl Female Eyes Looking Closeup Brown One Youth Teenager Generation Young Girl Mouth Hairs Hair Serious Skin Beauty Portrait Human Face Looking At Camera Headshot Arts Culture And Entertainment Beautiful Woman Close-up Eyelash The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
World War II ended with the unconditional surrender of the Axis powers. On 8 May 1945, the Allies accepted Germany's surrender, about a week after Adolf Hitler had committed suicide. Allied Victory in Europe (VE Day) celebrates the end of the Second World War on May 8th. Over 70 years has passed from that time and in the anniversary a Russian lady who lost his husband in the war gave a photo to a Georgian veteran and asked him has he ever seen his husband in the war or not. Documentary Storytelling Streetphotography Photography Veteran Soldier Portrait Ceremony War Peace Life Life Style Looking Photograph Real Person Monochrome Anniversary Tbilisi Georgia Street Photography Man Memory Memories Watching Second World War One Places Travel Human Hand Men Close-up The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards A New Beginning
Georgian boy in the national costume day ceremony in Georgia. Streetphotography Documentary Monochrome Blackandwhite Portrait Street Photography Photography Real Person Travel Places Storytelling Tbilisi Georgia Costume Dress Lifestyles Lifestyle B&w Ceremony One Boy Youth Teenager Tradition Traditional Traditional Clothing Culture Period Costume Standing Traditional Clothing The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards
Cheers soldier! World War II ended with the unconditional surrender of the Axis powers. On 8 May 1945, the Allies accepted Germany's surrender, about a week after Adolf Hitler had committed suicide. Allied Victory in Europe (VE Day) celebrates the end of the Second World War on May 8th. Over 70 years has passed from that time and in the anniversary a Georgian veteran with a bottle of Stalin wine was sitting next to a Russian old lady who lost her husband in the war under command of Stalin. Street Photography Daily Life Life Style Real Person Documentary Storytelling Blackandwhite Photography Monochrome Stalin War Portrait Soldier Veteran Streetphotography Hand Anniversary Life Real People person Peace Ceremony Georgia Tbilisi Bottle Death Man Poster Human Representation Close-up Focus On The Story The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
Two Armenian sisters in a village around Yerevan, the capital of the country of Armenia. Travel Places Village Armenia Real People Real Person Photography Kindness Two Female Looking Life Style Daily Life Streetphotography Street Photography Color Dress Coldness Love Life Warm Clothing Friendship Child Childhood Portrait Togetherness Bonding Females Girls Daughter The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
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"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. Documentary Storytelling People Travel Women Portrait Prayer Adult Realpeople Color Dresses Culture Tradition Woman Walking Full Length Weather Path Way Home Three Oldwoman Snow Winter Cold Temperature Mountain Outdoors Landscape Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. Documentary Storytelling Travel Places Women Portrait Prayer Realpeople Color Dresses Oldwoman Realperson Standing Culture Man Snow Weather Tradition Russian Christian Old Praying Outdoors Hope Girl Standing Adult People Adults Only Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. Documentary Storytelling People Travel Places Women Portrait Shrine Prayer Praying Realpeople Realperson Adult Oldwoman Color Dresses Christian Tradition Culture Standing Snow Weather Woman Man Architecture Built Structure Building Exterior Day Outdoors Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. An Eye For Travel Documentary Storytelling Travel Places Women Portrait Shrine Prayer Praying Realpeople Realperson Oldwoman Color Dresses Christian Russian Hope Culture Tradition Building Pray Standing Crime People Adults Only Adult Business Finance And Industry Indoors  Inner Power Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. An Eye For Travel Documentary Storytelling Travel Places Women Portrait Shrine Prayer Praying Realpeople Realperson Oldwoman Color Dresses Pray Christian Russian Hope Woman Indoors  Man Culture Indoors  Night People Adults Only Adult One Person This Is Aging Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. An Eye For Travel Documentary Storytelling Travel Places Women Portrait Shrine Prayer Praying Realpeople Oldwoman Color Dresses Christian Russian Man Old Tradition Culture People Realperson Hope Standing Indoors  Architecture Built Structure People Adult Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards HUAWEI Photo Award: After Dark
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. An Eye For Travel Documentary Storytelling People Travel Places Women Portrait Shrine Prayer Indoors  Praying Realpeople Realperson Adult Oldwoman Color Dresses The Week On EyeEm Places Pray Christian Russian Hope Sitting Building Architecture Indoors  Built Structure No People This Is Aging Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. An Eye For Travel Documentary Storytelling Day Women Travel Places People Photography Check This Out Prayer Dress Colour Street Social The Week On EyeEm Fujifilm Person Portrait Women Snow Weather Pray Shrine Outdoors Adult Adult Men Full Length Portrait Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
"Dasha" documentary photo series. As a Spiritual Christian religious group that originated in Russia, the Doukhobors are unique in their practices of pacifism and rejection of modern materialism. This ideology led them to rebuff many Orthodox Church rituals in Russia, for which they were exiled in the 1840s in Gorelovka, a tiny village in the south part of Georgia. With the fall of communism, most of them found it advantageous to return to Russia and just a small group remains in this village. Doukhobors’ share a religious space, which they use for their rituals. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to regularly attend ceremonies at their shrine. One of these members is particularly important. Acknowledged by their community as their last hope, Dasha is the only young member of their community to continue carrying on their traditions. Dasha represents the Gorelovka Doukhobor community’s last hope because she is young enough to continue their traditions, pass them on to future generations, and share them with historians and documentarians. Dasha is a Russian name and it means “God’s gift”. An Eye For Travel Documentary Storytelling Day Women Travel Places People Portrait Photography Check This Out Walking Prayer Rural Dress Colour Street Social The Week On EyeEm Fujifilm Outdoors Places Hope Person Prison Outdoors Sky Prisoner Adult People This Is Family Adventures In The City Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
Portrait of a Russian Molokan. More than two hundred years ago King of Russia commanded Molokans to be exiled to Georgia because of their beliefs. They live in a very small village in east part of Georgia. After collapse of the Soviet Union many of them came back to Russia, also the young generation left this village to the other cities in Georgia, and just few of them still live in this small territory. Most of the houses are abandoned or empty. An Eye For Travel Photography Photo Composition Fujifilm Rural Travel Places Man Life Georgia The Week On EyeEm Fruit Apple Road Village Old Walking Life Style One Alone Only Men Adults Only People Portrait Rural Scene One Person Lifestyles Day Real People This Is Aging Focus On The Story The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
Portrait of a Russian Molokan. More than two hundred years ago King of Russia commanded Molokans to be exiled to Georgia because of their beliefs. They live in a very small village in east part of Georgia. After collapse of the Soviet Union many of them came back to Russia, also the young generation left this village to the other cities in Georgia, and just few of them still live in this small territory. Most of the houses are abandoned or empty. An Eye For Travel Photography Documentary The Week On EyeEm Life Style Rural Travel Places Boy Childhood Fujifilm Photo Composition Life Georgia House Rural Life Simple Rural Scene One Yard Alone Old Abandoned Storytelling Outdoors Looking At Camera Confidence  One Man Only Front View Focus On The Story The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
More than two hundred years ago, in the country of Russia, king Tsar commanded Molokans to be exiled to Georgia because of their beliefs. They live in a very small village in east part of Georgia. After collapse of the Soviet Union many of them came back to Russia and now the young generation left this village to other cities in Georgia, and just few of them still live in this small territory. An Eye For Travel Yard Photography Photo Check This Out Simplicity Composition Fujifilm Documentary Rural Life Style People Travel Places The Week On EyeEm Man Boy Childhood Horse Animal Life Rural Life Georgia Two Agriculture Occupation Two People People Rural Scene Outdoors Inner Power This Is Aging This Is Family Focus On The Story The Photojournalist - 2018 EyeEm Awards The Traveler - 2018 EyeEm Awards
Doukhobors are a Spiritual Christian religious group of Russian origin rejected by Orthodox Church and exiled in the country of Georgia. They use to go to their shrine every Sunday morning. As the Gorelovka Doukhobor community dwindles, only about 40 families remain, and of those, only about 10 persons continue to attend ceremonies at their shrine. Dasha is the youngest member of this community, as they say the last hope to continue their traditions. Dasha is a Russian name and means God's gift! An Eye For Travel Portrait Human Face Adult Looking At Camera Close-up Only Women One Person Day People Eyes Village Street Photography Streetphotography Photography The Week On EyeEm Real People Check This Out Documentary Woman Girl Photo Fujifilm Person Georgia The Portraitist - 2018 EyeEm Awards
Portrait of a Russian Molokan. More than one hundred and fifty years ago, in the country of Russia, king Tsar commanded Molokans to be exiled to Georgia because of their beliefs. They live in a very small village in east part of Georgia. After collapse of the Soviet Union many of them came back to Russia and now the young generation left this village to other cities in Georgia, and just few of them still live in this small territory. Only Men Portrait Adult One Person Day People Streetphotography The Week On EyeEm Check This Out Photography Fujifilm Monochrome Blackandwhite Black And White Documentary Photo Person Travel Georgia Urban Urban Life Street Photography One Man Only Outdoors Close-up Focus On The Story
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October 8th is Tbilisi day (Tbilisoba) and people come out to celebrate this day. During the celebration, a group of young boys and girls were showing acrobatic arts in a corner of the city. A boy was jumping on a trampoline, and their leader was present. This photo was taken in a moment when the leader was calling out to another acrobat to ask him get ready. This shot is the outcome of this moment! Inner Power Go Higher Silhouette Human Hand Human Body Part One Person People Outdoors Day Lifestyles Streetphotography Photography Blackandwhite Monochrome Black And White Street Photography The Week On EyeEm Portrait Fujifilm Photo Check This Out Real People Street_bw Tbilisi Georgia Second Acts Black & White Friday Go Higher Adventures In The City The Street Photographer - 2018 EyeEm Awards Be Brave
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