Pictures from Armenia
From April to October of 2015, I spent six months volunteering in Armenia, doing internships. During that time I traveled the country from north to south, east to west, taking hundreds of pictures of rolling hills, peaceful mountain meadows, busy cities, lush foggy forests, ancient churches, glistening lakes and the iconic Mt. Ararat. And because I stayed there for so long, I got to see places most normal tourists never see. I even went on a five day excursion to Nagorno-Karabakh as well, a disputed territory few people ever get to visit.
For the low price of five Simbi for five photos, you too can see the dramatic landscape of the southern Caucasus. Unless you have a specific sight you want to see, all photos will be chosen at random and will be just of scenery, not of myself. I'll also tell you the location of each photo I send; feel free to ask more about them too. All photos will be sent as an attachment in messages. If you use them anywhere, I kindly request that you credit me please!
Other than that, enjoy!
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I stayed in Armenia for six months and went on excursions every weekend with the Birthright Armenia organization, living in Yerevan for the first four months and Vanadzor for the final two. And I always had a camera phone with me.
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