Original Art Photography Series by @velimir #620 'Panda'

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Weird. I love panda, I guess. but it could be anything. Love strange finds. Makes me think. :)

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Pandas in the wild are not exactly always the cute animals they are depicted as. Sometimes they actually hurt people who think they are so 'cute' and get too close.

LOL. Very tender image! The panda is an animal that usually awakens our tender side. I have the impression that this image plays with the sense of sadness and lack of love, I do not know if it is because of the paint that drips from the heart or the face of the panda. I like it. Greetings, @velimir.



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I believe that in our contemporary Western imaginary (from everywhere, as someone who is geographically very distant says), the panda bear has become a figure that awakens affection and sympathy, and, for some years now, concern for the danger of extension. Graffiti seems to express this awareness to some extent.