Having yielded to the delight of the Sangardak Waterfall, the artist showed its fascinating beauty. This beautiful waterfall can by right be considered one of the most beautiful sights of Uzbekistan.
The Sangardak is a witness of many events that occurred during the long history of these places. Greeks, Arabs, ordinary herdsmen and rulers happened to admire its greatness. While passing through the Sangardak gorge, you already hear the voice of the waterfall, which becomes stronger and stronger.
And having reached it, you understand why people have sought to come here from time immemorial. Falling from 150 meters, water breaks into a myriad of microscopic splashes rising into the air in the form of a substance similar to fog. And when this cloud reaches you, you feel like the sky and the ground are gone and there is no the mountains or burning sun around.
The artist reproduced the feeling of complete solitude and emptiness incredibly realistically and authentically. The view of the depicted waterfall impresses with its splendor. The rocks around it are covered with a moss of the deep green color which happens only in dreams and in fantastic movies about distant planets.
The streams of water broken like the hair of a beautiful fairy reflect the sun, which makes them seem as if they are shining by themselves. It seems that the waterfall is nothing else but a huge diamond necklace lying on a cushion of the noble green velvet.
Nurillo could portray the Sangardak not simply as a glow shone in the stone; it lives, moves shimmering with all colors of the spectrum, changes the shapes and shades. Looking away from the waterfall, you feel that one more empty niche in your mind has been filled with something bright.
Unlike other natural wonders depicted in the works of other authors, you can not only see the Sangardak waterfall, but also hear its singing, plunge into its breathing and breathe it. It can play the melody of kindness and wise eternity on the strings of your soul.