The Captain by Sarvenaz Rafieepour

He is one of the oldest captains of the Persian Gulf, who had many stories to tell because of his many years of sailing. His face and his hands have sign of long years of sailing experience, and so much hardworking and now that he has retired, he has not been able to stay away from from his job, sea, and ships. These all show me that indeed man is alive with his memories.

NIKON D7100 | Exposure 1/100sec @ f/5.6 | Focal Length 18mm | ISO 100


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Award Date
June 1, 2020

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Value 12
Clarity 13
Composition 18
Style 13
Skill 12

Award Category
Portrait Photography

Photograph Location
Gheshm Island, Iran

Sarvenaz Rafieepour was born in Iran, and lives in Tehran. Her passion for photography started from her childhood. She spent several years on analog photography. She believes that there are moments ahead of us where everything is arranged, so that you have to press the Shutter button. She loves traveling and uses any of her free time to travel, especially to indigenous areas. She thinks that man is born to travel.

Current Location
Tehran, Iran

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  1. Farah
    Farah says:

    The face and the hand of this beautiful sole shows the hardship of life within him! But yet, he returned to what he knows best and sets there reminiscing about his pastπŸ™Œ
    I love this picture and you captured it beautifully!!

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