Tag Archive: iran

Hoz-e-Soltan

A salt lake near the Tehran-Qom freeway

The Secret Location in the North

Watching the snow season behind those shells…

Hemidactylus

A five centimeter house gecko, molting on net…

Sands of Dasht-e-Lut

Getting back to archive of Feb 2014, I’ve found many shots in yardangs of Kerman. The Lut Desert has been named recently by UNESCO as a world heritage site.

Poplar and the Shadows

I lost my SD card that night, and didn’t find it. This is the last photo on that card, fortunately found it a day after in the field. So, this is the image that… Continue reading

Polaris of Desert

This is a composition of 244 photos in Adobe Photoshop 14.0. I took them last year in Maranjab Desert, right before the moonrise.

Kerosene for my Lantern!

I had an idea of light brushing at night using a lantern; last week I tried that at a local home/hotel in Mazandaran. It wasn’t easy to find kerosene at gas stations of Tehran, rather than… Continue reading

Blooming in Macro-Wide Angle

I’m bored with macro captures recently, so I tried a new style: composition of a macro and wide-angle into one image. This one is blended with “Soft Light” mode in Adobe Photoshop 14.0.

Tribute to Dimitri Ermakov

The latest digital imaging and processing to reconstruct Dimitri Ermakov frames… a photographer who left a lot of albumen prints from Tehran, over one hundred years ago. Here you can watch his frames from Masoudieh… Continue reading

Freezing Moment of the Moment

My dear friend, Samira Taheri took some photos of me while taking the above photos. Just want to show you the locations of my photos and how they happend :) By the way, this… Continue reading

Sassanid Curves

 

Salt Lake in the Sky

I just fall in love with texture of the lake.