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Maxim Guselnikov - Photographer

Posted by athensfever

Russian Photographer based in Moscow, Maxim Guselnikov specializes in portrait photography. In some of his pictures, his use of natural light for indoor photography gives astonishing results as illustrated in this DIY Photography article. His latest work, is a collaboration with photographer Sacha Leyendecker with theme Hannibal Daughter. Most probably inspired by the well known Hannibal TV series, in which Abigail Hobbs played by Kacey Rohl, is the daughter of serial killer Garret Jacob Hobbs. The model in this photo-shoot is named Lidia Savoderova.
Make-up and hairstyle Monica Leyendecker.
Maxim Guselnikov - Official site
Maxim Guselnikov (LivingLoud) Photos - 500px
Maxim Guselnikov (@fotomaks) • Instagram photos and videos
Maxim Guselnikov | Facebook
livingloudphoto (Maxim Guselnikov) - DeviantArt
Maxim Guselnikov | Flickr - Photo Sharing!
Максим Гусельников | ВКонтакте

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Posted by Agapi "Αγάπη"

"ΜΟΛΩΝ ΛΑΒΕ- Come and take them. Greek: (μολὼν λαβέ molṑn labé), meaning "come and take them" , is a classical expression of defiance. According to Herodotus, when the Persian armies demanded that the Greeks surrender their weapons at the Battle of Thermopylae, King Leonidas I responded with this phrase. It is an exemplary use of a laconic phrase." [ Molon labe - "Plagiarism." Wikipedia: The Free Encyclopedia. Wikimedia Foundation, 4 April 2016 ]

The Battle of Thermopylae took place 480 BC. King Leonidas lead 300 Spartans into battle against the Persians defending a narrow pass into the mountains. When the battle was over, the 300 Spartans all lay dead as did the 700 Thespians who had stood by them. The Persian dead were said to number around 20,000.

The movies "The 300 Spartans" (1962), and more recent "300" (2006), are inspired by the Battle of Thermopylae.

300 - The First Battle Scene

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