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Contest Entry: Mohammad Hosseini

January 21, 2013
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We're sharing the contest entries from our Photos of Home grad student photo competition.

These photos are from Mohammad Hosseini, School of Computing Science, who writes:

I took this photo in a rural area in the northern part of Iran, on a cold day in winter. The picture shows a rural farmer, working on his farm in a typical village in northern Iran. The farmer is working with many difficulties having no facilities, but one can see hope and love of life on his face.

Photo 2: I took this photo while I was attending a conference in Nara, Japan, which is one of the oldest cities in Japan. For me this photo is a symbol of friendship between humans and the animals, or the nature. It's really beautiful to see animals are living in harmony with humans in this old city. It's so lovely...I'm the king of deers here!

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