Sar Agha Seyyed is a stepped village with all its windows and doors opening towards the beautiful, natural scenery. Most homes do not have windows and the doors are the only openings they have. The inhabitants are Bakhtiari nomads – a hardworking and brave people who have lived there for generations and hundreds of years.
To reach the village, you need to take a very dangerous road full of obstacles. It is perhaps for this reason that few tourists have set foot in this area. It is nevertheless such a beautiful place that it draws its residents back time and again
The tomb of Sheikh Safi al-Din is located in the city of Ardebil in Iran. It is 500 years old and has been registered in UNESCO in 2010. One of the most famous tourist destinations with Iranian architecture. Using the 360 degree photographic technique has made the architectural glory and spiritual sense of the place preserved
There is a close relationship between man and nature. A relationship that brings calmness to the human soul.
Respecting nature is a prerequisite for this calmness.
I wanted to illustrate this relationship and its interactions.
I love the nature at night because it veils the Earth's ugliness. The beauty of nature shines more at night; a beautiful sky and sometimes a beautiful terrestrial subject. The ugliness is inconspicious and ineffective at night.
But the Lake Urmia is sad even at night. Even the night can not cover the face of the dry and thirsty lake. The darkness of the night can not conceal this bitter reality.
The lake is breathing its last and I will be its voice with these images; the voice of the insentient Urmia Lake.
Panorama shot, focus stacking
Sky:2rows ,28vertical shots
Forground:14 vertical shots.
Iso :4000 f/2.8 speed15"
Sony a7rii+zeiss batis18mm f/2.8
Location :Iran sharafkhane , urmia lake
These photos represent a scenario and a story that had preoccupied my mind for days. To be honest, I am not very interested in the aesthetic view of art. Quite the contrary, I am very passionate about the imaginative view, and I always try to make sure that there is a meaning behind my photos. Hence, in this project, I attempted to portray two parallel and simultaneous lives, the life of the fish and the life of the human. The first photos have an aesthetic view, but then the story begins, and the meaning starts to flow.
The #Azadi #Tower (#LibertyTower), formerly known as the #ShahyadTower, is a #monument located at Azadi Square, in Tehran.
It is one of the symbols of Tehran, and marks the west entrance to the city.
Built in 1971 in commemoration of the 2,500th anniversary of the #Persian#Empire, this "gateway into #Tehran" was named the Shahyad ("King's Memorial") in honor of the Shah, but was changed to Azadi ("Freedom") after the 1979 Revolution.
eight thousand white marble blocks of stone were used in it's construction.
The architect of this tower is "Hossein Amanat", he won a competition to design the building. He combined elements of the architecture of #Sassanid and #Achaemenid eras with the post-#IslamicIranian architecture.
#hosseinamanat #Iran #gateway
The narrative of this picture is about the drying of areas of the planet that somehow involve mankind, but the rest of the stars and planets are in their natural state and far from the ruin that humanity has in it.
Mourning is, in the simplest sense, grief over someone's death. The word is also used to describe a cultural complex of behaviours in which the bereaved participate or are expected to participate. Customs vary between cultures and evolve over time, though many core behaviors remain constant.
Wearing black clothes is one practice followed in many countries, though other forms of dress are seen. Those most affected by the loss of a loved one often observe a period of grieving, marked by withdrawal from social events and quiet, respectful behavior. People may follow religious traditions for such occasions.
Mourning may apply to the death of, or anniversary of the death of, an important individual like a local leader, monarch, religious figure, family etc. State mourning may occur on such an occasion. In recent years, some traditions have given way to less strict practices, though many customs and traditions continue to be followed.
The Mourning of Muharram (or Remembrance of Muharram or Muharram Observances) is a set of rituals associated with both Shia and Sunni Islam. The commemoration falls in Muharram, the first month of the Islamic calendar. Many of the events associated with the ritual take place in congregation halls known as Hussainia.
The event marks the anniversary of the Battle of Karbala, when Imam Hussein ibn Ali, the grandson of Muhammad, was killed by the forces of the second Umayyad caliph. Family members accompanying him were killed or subjected to humiliation. The commemoration of this event during the yearly mourning season, with the Day of Ashura as the focal date, serves to define Shia communal identity. Muharram observances are carried out in countries with a sizable Shia population.
I and my friend traveled to the desert of Maranjab in Iran, Kashan, on a hot summer day. After spending one hot summer day, we walked along the desert sandy night. After finding this place, I asked my friend to take a light in that place above the head to have a good depth of field for the photo.
Nikon D810 f2.8, 30 seconds ISO 4000
samyang 12mm fisheye
The effect represents the child within human beings that exsist in every adult and in our memory or unconscious the child is inside us who is angry,he needs freedom.in order to have a good and happy life,we must always keep our child alive,because the child in inside a happy part within a human being that gives us energy and motivation and vitality.
Man has always been perfectionist and creates unique dreams for himself. He will try to achieve his goals and seek a way to reach his dreams; but this way is full of ups and downs and incidents. In this image, we have two main elements; man and tree and another important element is ladder. Each of them has their own concept here. Man is a symbol of perfectionism and the tree is a symbol of dream. The ladder is a symbol for helping to reach the goals. Ups and downs are a symbol of a hard way ahead. The light from the left to the image is promising hope.
The Khosf mosque related to the Timurid period is the Safavid period and is located in Khosf, inside the city, and this work was registered as a national monument of Iran on December 1, 1376 with the 1956 registration number.
I have a goal in this photo
I show people who are apathetic to things and do not understand things.
In this picture, we see that the sun is brilliant and the person is trying to create a shadow on injured person with a book in his hand. This is not for this situation and the solution
I'm stuck between myself and me
Pretty sure at this time
The more I see the less I feel
But I don't want it to stop
Read my fortune
Now I can
Know you forever will be there
I will stay for you
And I know I will CARE
They do ropewalking ; not for spectatorse , but for bread.
This photograph was taken in Karaj city-Iran, in 2017. These workers are constantly endangered to fall and other risks due to lack of safety in their work.
This is me, but here in the form of my photography subject,
though its so innocent and numb, my mind is working so hard filling up itself with thoughts.
I’m full of doubts,
I’m living in a world which is full of contrasts, white and the black, and no way to avoid this checkered pattern and run away.
between all these colors, I'm presenting myself visually by unique colors coming from my own characteristic, how about you? what do you do for bolding your own character among all the colors?
There's a stranger in this town, seeking for peace. He's not sure if it's just a dream or what. He is in the land far far away. The land that time stops. He is lost but everything seems familiar. No matter how hard he tries, he can not remember. But it feels good. He is a Stranger in a Strange land...
About the series:
Yazd is one of the most important cities of Iran with it's unique architecture.
The iconic element of Yazd's architecture is it's windcatchers! A structure which creates a natural ventilation in the building.
These windcatchers create strong vertical lines in the skyline of the city, which makes it more exciting to watch and never get bored!
In the city of Yazd, you don't have to visit some special places to see a unique architecture. You simply walk among the streets and there are lots of old domes and vaults to enjoy watching!
As a photographer who studied in architecture, I always wanted to picture the face of my country's architecture in a new perspective!
In my new series, the idea was to bold the unique buildings or it's unique elements of architecture in a genre of photo manipulation arts!
Death is a phenomenon that we all will experience one day. about 7,000 people die every hour. Although death is unexpected in our lives, we have not yet understood much about it. What is the feeling of death? A near-death experience is created in a person? These are questions that challenge our knowledge of death.
But I believe death feeling is the worst kind of death in the world.
Speech after long silence; it is right,
All other lovers being estranged or dead,
Unfriendly lamplight hid under its shade,
The curtains drawn upon unfriendly night,
That we descant and yet again descant
Upon the supreme theme of Art and Song:
Bodily decrepitude is wisdom; young
We loved each other and were ignorant.
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