Translating, a hard brain work.

by Amir Honarmand February. 11, 2012 4378 views

Today I started translating a book by the name Understanding Exposure [amazon.com] by Bryan Peterson, which I want to learn thing from this book and also have it published here in my country, since I finished school and I have nothing to do except waiting something about 3 months to go to my military service, I was studying for my Master exam but then I gave up and I decided to get rid of military service ASAP, any way I hope you like and enjoy this I decided to post more often here maybe everyday

Cheers!

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Sara 8 years, 1 month ago

just LOVE it!

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Rachel Mvm 8 years, 11 months ago

Wow, I love this image and how you've captured some beautiful words: life, poet, thinkers, world... :D Great post!

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Marsha 9 years ago

Very nice close-up shot! Good luck in the translation and your upcoming military service!

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Livelovelaugh 9 years ago

I love how you've composed this shot. It's lovely. Good luck with the translation. It looks like a wonderful book. And good luck with your service. May it pass by quickly. :)

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Joe 9 years ago

Really do like this, nice shot, especially in b&w. Good luck with your decision.

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Brenda Nelson 9 years ago

Nice sharp b/w to accent the wording and the pen. Also very good focus in the shot. Good luck with the book - AND your military service. It will change your life!

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Eiram Marie 9 years ago

I wish you good luck during your military service. Be safe! I am so happy that in my country this is not mandatory anymore...I can only imagine how concerned your mother must be.

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Patricia Gonzales 9 years ago

Wonderful macro shot!

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Ricardo 9 years ago

hmm... once i wanted to write a letter in persian (before i knew how to read persian..but i forgot because i stopped reading :( i guess i should re-start learning it again), and I did it.. It was really hard to me, took me like 30 minutes to write and at least my caligraphy was good bwahaha
but what i love the most in iran besides everything it has its the iranian coins... i don't have any, but the 4 iranian coins in my collection, but they are simply gorgeous!!!
happy translating

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Moira 9 years ago

great focus and happy translating.

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Marilyn Grimble 9 years ago

Good Luck with the translation ... the book has an inviting cover photo

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