Hidden Faces – Portraits of Women by Natia Rekhviashvili

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Natia Rekhviashvili is a freelance photographer from Tbilisi, Georgia. In 2008, she became interested in photography and took a course on documentary photography, in particular. Ever since then, she’s been taking pictures of the life that surrounds her. She writes, “I’m inspired by stories and people around me, old places where you can see history, people, emotions.” She seems especially drawn to female portraits, shown in collections such as ‘Beyond Walls Women‘, ‘Portraits in Nature‘ and ‘Young Ladies in Street‘. The following set of photos is from her series ‘Hidden Face‘, which focuses on women who are turned away from the camera. By showing only the back of each women, the pictures capture a sense of solitude, thoughtfulness and mysterious beauty.

To see more of Natia’s photography, visit her website, facebook page or flickr photostream.

blond long hair

Waiting

red evening walk on beach

red evening

sweet november short brown hair

sweet november

curly long hair

waiting

curly long hair brown

she

Georgia country

Georgia (1)

Georgia mountains

Georgia

redhead snow water

model: Ana Zubashvili ‘Emage Center’

Natia Rekhviashvili woman by window portrait

Natia Rekhviashvili

long curly red hair

I am warmth in cold

woman Georgian countryside

woman

thoughts above universe clouds

thoughts above universe

waiting lady of the lake

waiting

photographer

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  1. Kim

    Amazing work.
    Who knew a back could be so eloquent.

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  2. Satish Nadar

    Hi Stephanie wanted to contribute a pic for the above topic. Could you please let me know how to do that ?

    Regards
    Satish Nadar

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