Entering to the road in desert, Mr. Daneshmandi’s bus is roaring and jouncing. This is the dirt road from Gramsar to “Ghasr-e Bahram”, A caravanserai in the middle of desert surrounded by national… Continue reading
The full lunar eclipse had occurred in Iran on Jul 27, 2018 for 100 minutes. I went to Nandal, a village on northern side of Damavand peak to take some images. It was… Continue reading
It was the darkest sky I’ve ever experienced; So dark to see the light and shadows by the Mars. Razeh, the village is almost abandoned. It has no electricity. In the middle of… Continue reading
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
Many thanks to Supervisor of Qeshm’s Geopark, who trust me to give permission to stay there at night. It was one of the best nights of my life, alone with my camera in Stars… Continue reading
And I made it! Last weekend we went to the Lorestan, in the west of Iran. After 4 hours of hiking we spent the night near the Gahar lake. The mountains around the… Continue reading
Walking in the Jamshidieh park with my camera on tripod, I captured the blue reflection of the sky late in the sunset, right before the night. Now I understand blue strokes on pavement… Continue reading
It was always in my imagination, camping in nowhere! We were just in the middle of kaluts of Kerman, alone. No people, no animals, no plants, no water! We were completely alone.
Captured this photo exactly one year ago under the snowfall in Jamshidieh park of Tehran. It’s always joyful to look back and reprocess some stacks. Here, I adjusted the curve and sharpness.
Last night was “Charshanbe Souri” in Iran, an special festival a night before the last wednesday of the Iranian year. People use to jump the fire and give candy to kids on the… Continue reading
My friends and I had gone to Mellat park to play snowball; That was total fun! I took the frame using a tripod and 6 seconds of open shutter. Reflection of city lights… Continue reading