ISO 100 f/7.1 1/200s 102mm
Now I want to be a lamb!
I am absolutely amazed – a great photo in just the right moment. Wonderful!
You are welcome. All your photos are beautiful!
There’s a expression in Farsi for this situation, when someone encourages you so much: “Your eyes are seeing the beauty of my pictures [and the they are not that much beautiful]”
Thanks for your kind words.
A similar expression in English would be: “beauty is in the eyes of the beholder.” But seriously, I really like your landscapes. Looks a lot like Armenia, too
Wow, You are from Armenia?!!
Nice to meet you. Armenians of Iran are very polite and well-trusted.
I have to come to your country to climb the Ararat.
Be in touch
Thank you for your kind words about the Armenians. Yes, I live in Armenia and you are welcome to come visit any time. We have many Iranian tourists. As for Ararat, you can see it clearly from many parts of the city, including my old apartment, but you have to go to Turkey to climb it.
I didn’t know that! So I have to go Armenia to watch, then turkey to mount…
You can see it from Northern Iran too, but we have wonderful views from here. I will post a photo tomorrow
Yes, my friend were near the border (Makou area) for a project and took a volcano’s rock for my collection. He said, it comes from Ararat activities…
I just posted a photo of Ararat (why wait till tomorrow, right?)
If I may cut in here – you can see the Ararat from four countries:
Turkey: http://rabirius.wordpress.com/2013/03/02/at-the-foot-of-the-mountains/ (Where it is located as well – so you should go to Doğubeyazıt to climb it – though I think you have to do an organized tour to get access)
And as I have never visited Azerbaijan I cannot send a picture.
You know this area very well. Thanks for sharing…
Well, I’m just beginning to explore the area…
…but at least I have been around mount Ararat – which also is the most fascinating mountain I’ve ever seen. It majestically looms over everything and you cannot really take your eyes of that mountain…
But my favorite view point is from the Iranian side – because you have a clear view of the mountain without something blogging your view. (Though the mountain looming over Yerevan is an impressive site as well.)
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