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از خزر تا خلیج فارس اشاره ای نمادین به سرزمینی است با تنوعی گونه های مختلف جانوری ، دریاها ، جلگه ها ، کوهستانها ، جنگلها ، بیابانها ،  دریاچه ها و رودخانه ها بامساحتی بیش از 8/1 میلیون کیلومتر مربع با بستری مناسب ، متنوع ترین و کمیاب ترین گونه های حیاط وحش را در خود جای داده است.

مجموعه من با نام ( از خزر تا خلیج فارس ) تجسمی است از نماهای گمشده در حیات وحش ایران با نگاهی نو ، فراتر از یک تصویر ، بیانگر جریان تلاش و مبارزه برای بقا در این سرزمین ،

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بیان جلوه های زیبای طبیعت با پس زمینه ای از نگرانی ها ، رخدادهای غم انگیز ، ناامنی ها و تلاش

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نمایشگاه " بابک شریفی نوریان " با عنوان " از خزر تا خلیج فارس " تیر 1392 گالری هفت ثمر http://www.artin360.com/Haft%20samar.htm

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