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Fiore di cappero #Flower Photo Vanessa Rusci

Fiore di cappero #Flower Photo Vanessa Rusci

Could you teach me now? The desire – 2757, 2009

Could you teach me now? The desire – 2757, 2009

"Could you teach me now? The desire - by Vanessa Rusci. A striking fine art print from Vanessa's latest collection connecting art with poetry. View more of Vanessa's stunning photography on FineArtSeen l The Home Of Original Art. >> Pin For Later <<

pianta di screbia - Cerca con Google #flower

pianta di screbia - Cerca con Google #flower

Seeing us - Scorgendosi

Seeing us - Scorgendosi

View Seeing us - Scorgendosi by Vanessa Rusci. Browse more art for sale at great prices. New art added daily. Buy original art direct from international artists. Shop now

Saatchi Art Artist Vanessa Rusci; Photography, “I have to see how not to lose the most 8694” #art

I have to see how not to lose the most 8694

Saatchi Art: I have to see how not to lose the most 8694 Photography by Vanessa Rusci

Could you teach me now? The desire – 2755, 2009

Could you teach me now? The desire – 2755, 2009

"Could you teach me now? The desire - by Vanessa Rusci. Discover Vanessa's stunning original photography inspired by flowers and nature on FineArtSeen l The Home Of Original Art. >> Pin For Later <<

So I try to stop time , It remains something of this beauty

So I try to stop time , It remains something of this beauty

Saatchi Art: So I try to stop time , It remains something of this beauty Photography by Vanessa Rusci

Jewels of dew

Jewels of dew, nature style, they are my favorite jewelry

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Image result for sumerian priest

Inscription on Lycian tomb. Lycian was an Anatolian language spoken in what is now the Antalya region of Turkey up to about the 3rd Century BC, when the Lycians adopted Greek as their languages. Lycian is thought to have developed from Luwian, a language spoken in Asia Minor before the arrival of the Hittites (c. 18th century BC), and was related to Lydian. Around 180 inscriptions in Lycian dating from the fifth and fourth centuries BC have been found..

Inscription on Lycian tomb. Lycian was an Anatolian language spoken in what is now the Antalya region of Turkey. Lycian is thought to have developed from Luwian, a language closely related to Lydian and Etruscan.

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