Tag Archive: hormozgan

Single tree on top

Here it is my contribution to the latest photo challenge: Perspective. I’ve enhanced the contrast and sharpness by changing the white balance in black & white rendering. You may remember this location that… Continue reading

Hormoz, a salt dome

Hormoz island is a salt dome, a huge mineral that came up from deep layers of the ground. You can see various crystals under a layer of soil. Find more details in zoom.it… Continue reading

Sia narme narme, sia toube toube

He is a boatman in Qeshm island, singing a popular folklore of south, “Sia Narme Narme.”

Tribute to Abelardo Morell

It’s almost three months that I’ve subscribed to the National Geographic Magazine in Farsi. This is the magazine that I don’t want to miss a paragraph, reading carefully, and It has great influence… Continue reading

Sunset on the boat

It was a huge Iranian boat, called launch, that we stay to watch the sunset. There’s a village in Qeshm island, “Laft” known for launch building. They build 600 to 1200 tons boat… Continue reading

Plovers

The Mangrove forests on southern coast of Iran is important ecological resource. There are many species living there. Here you can see a group of Plover flying close to the water.

Going to Qeshm

I’m going to go to Qeshm island, tomorrow. It’s an island in the Persian gulf, south of Iran. Of course, I’ll visit two other close islands, Hengam and Hormoz. Have been there two… Continue reading