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Synari
Synari Designs
Artist | Hobbyist | Varied
United States
Current Residence: New Jersey, USA
Hobby Photographer and Fusion Belly dance costume designer

Founder and Sole Owner of Synari Designs (custom fusion belly dance) costume designs.
See link below for my website store for custom orders.


I am a big fan of photography which portrays the subject naturally and a huge fan of unique handmade crafts.

ALL MY WORK IS COPYRIGHTED.
Copy/self claim or sale/redistribution is not allowed by law.
I do NOT mind, however, if my photographic works are used as stock for art manipulations as long as a link to the original and credit is given to me. I also do not mind if they are saved and kept for personal use...i.e. screensavers or desktop backgrounds on one's pc.


I am disabled due to MSIDS (multiple chronic issues). Despite not being able to work, I am fortunate enough to have the time to rediscover a profound joy in photography that has since reaffirmed my appreciation for even the smallest things in life. Beauty can be found everywhere around us; we just have to be willing to see it. Photography helps me work thru the daily pain and fatigue while constantly reminding me life has so much worth living for.

BIG Thanks to all of you that FAV my works as well as those that add me to their Deviant Watch lists. I appreciate and encourage critique of my work.


Mitakuye Oyasin-We Are ALL Related
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Osprey by Synari

Today while out on our walk, I had a once in lifetime encounter with a juvenile Osprey. This beautiful bird tolerated me with the utmost patience that was akin to understanding. For those that know me, they know I do not "push" the limits of my subjects personal space just for a better shot. I use a method taught to me by my native mentor which involves trying to mentally communicate one's intentions with the animal thru images and energy. Some animals are more receptive to this than others. This young Osprey proved to be very open and allowed me to take photos and admire it for about 10 min (from about 3 yrds away) without displaying any signs of stress or agitation. Several times it even made eye contact with me. It is said that they eyes can be windows into the soul. I could not help but feel as if this one knew the admiration and pure intent in my heart. I left this experience feeling elated and honored beyond words; reconnected to the circle of life in an even more profound depth than before. It's the little things in life that can mean the most. I envy our ancestors that lived in harmony with nature; as these miraculous and intimate encounters with wildlife were likely not so rare for them.

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