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hades, in greek mythology, it is referred to both the underworld, the afterlife, and the god of the dead.

the deceased entered the underworld by crossing the river acheron, also called the styx, ferried across by charon, who charged an obolus, a small coin for passage, placed under the tongue of the deceased by pious relatives. paupers and the friendless gathered forever on the near shore. the far side of the river was guarded by cerberus, the three-headed dog defeated by heracles (roman hercules). beyond cerberus, the shades of the departed entered the land of the dead to be judged.

source: wikipedia

this abandoned pier was taken during my stay in kish island, iran while strolling near the beach. the sun was streaking too much light that i had to underexpose the clouds and later on post-processed it thru photoshop. i added the blue hue for a dark and sad mood.
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