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Among the landscapes of Tarana Seid, most are seascapes, and it is not surprising, considering that those are Baku views. The blue of the sea merges with the blue of the sky, being separated from it only by a yellowish strip of sandy land, recalling the strict colour of rugs of the Baku carpet-weaving group. But the greatest impression is made by the night landscape, where the golden lights of the port buildings on the ground and in the water echo with a circle of the warm yellow moon, to which the arms of cargo cranes rise here and there.


There is something surreal within it. By the way, the industrial landscape is not the only reflection of this author on the subject of people and machines.

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