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ترس من از مرگ نیست از بیهوده زیستن است .دنیای دیگه ای وجود نداره و تنها اثری که از خودمون باقی میزازیم در همین دنیا میمونه پس تا زنده هستیم مفید باشیم و زندگی کنیم.
My fear of death is not in vain, there is no other world, and the only trace we have left is in this world, so be useful and live as long as we live.
The historic area of Naqshe Isfahan Jahan Neighborhood in Isfahan has many pristine 17th-century architectural marvels, including the grand Abbasi Great Mosque, the Hasht Behesht Palace and the Chehel Sotoon Palace, plus its namesake Naqsh-e Jahan Square with a garden and pond. The Isfahan Museum of Natural History is also there. There are also a number of teahouses, casual cafes and restaurants.
Here is a lagoon in north of Iran annually filled with migrant birds from north of Europe and Siberia for their winter stay. I usually come to this location to visit them and enjoy their lifestyle and habits and also to take some photos which are usually similar to their last years counterparts:)
it was a beautiful sunrise coloring and warming the swans bodies more and more and conquering that blue tones of the dusk resulted to the violet tones of this picture.
In COVID-19 era, every day can be a great challenge especially for doctors and nurses who are in first place for management of this unknown disease! The freind of mine Davood has recovered from the disease recently but should be present again at work to treat the patients as an emergency medicine physician in the hospital at Gorgan city in north east of Iran...
I'm at home
To prevent illness
I sing at home.
Wishing everyone safety and good health .
زندگی دشوارترین امتحان است.
بسیاری از مردم مردود می شوند
چون سعی می کنند از روی دست هم بنویسند،
غافل از این که سوالات موجود در
برگه ی هر کسی فرق میکند.
As I set out on my mountain hike, the memories of my first spotlight photo at this very same location during the same season filled my mind. However, as i began my ascent, couldn't shake the discomfort in my neck!
Despite the pain, i decided to continue with my plan, motivated by the desire to reach my destination and pay tribute to my past memories. The ascent was grueling, every step becoming more difficult than the last.
However, when i finally arrived at my destination and gazed upon the stunning view, all my struggles were worth it. i took out my camera and captured the same scene that had once inspired me to take my very first spotlight photo on aminus3 11 years ago!
Az a Street/Documentary Photographer I traveled a lot. But this place and people are so different from anywhere I went before! Makhunik is a village in South Khorasan Province, Iran. Village is about 35 kilometers far from Afghanistan border. In ancient times this area is famous for short heights or dwarf living here. They are famous as Liliputs of Iran!
With a simple search on the internet you can find more information about the village but going there is a totally different experience.
The poor people, hopeless parents and no good future children is the most you can see! Every people has a deep story and I will never forget non of their faces.
Last photo of my 10 year old friend Canon 60d!
I was standing by the sea on the lovely beach of Mogham in the Persian Gulf, south of Iran.the sea seemed calm and the sun was shining in the sky. I love reflexes and by bringing the camera closer to sea level I tried to reflect these strange rocks on those smooth watery sands, but a not so strong wave hit my back and unfortunately a little water fell on the camera. I quickly lifted the camera and the shot was oblique. I did not even expect a major problem to occur, but later it seemed that the body was completely damaged and unrepairable. In short, this was the sad story of my lost camera. bye friend.thanks for your intimate presence.
Maharloo Lake (Persian: دریاچه مهارلو) is a salt lake in the the area of Shiraz, Iran.
The lake is filled with flood water from the Rudkhane-ye-Khoshk river which flows through the city of Shiraz and is seasonally high from heavy rains.
By end of summer, the lake water will typically evaporate to expose the white lake bed beneath. In mid-summer the lake water turns pinkish red as a result of the red-tide within the lake and the evaporation rates.
The rivers always attract me to make longexposure shots which are my favorite ones! although tripods are usually a trouble and restricts the best frames, we need them inevitably:)
This photo taken in a rainy day when my family were near me handling a small fire :)
I love living green.
این روزها بیشتر در خانه هستم
به خاطر ویروس کرونا
این ماهی را دوست دارم که بدون کوچکترین استرسی در دنیای خود می چرخد
"I'm more at home these days
Because of the Corona virus
I love this fish that rotates in its world without the slightest stress"
Neighborhood in Isfahan
Naqshe Jahan is a historic area of Isfahan known for its array of pristine 17th-century architectural marvels, including the grand Abbasi Great Mosque, the Hasht Behesht Palace and the Chehel Sotoon Palace, plus its namesake Naqsh-e Jahan Square with a pond and gardens. It’s also home to the Isfahan Museum of Natural History. Many teahouses, casual cafes and restaurants are dotted throughout the
نقش جهان منطقهای تاریخی در اصفهان است که بهخاطر مجموعهای از شگفتیهای معماری بکر قرن هفدهمی، از جمله مسجد جامع عباسی، کاخ هشت بهشت و کاخ چهل ستون، بهعلاوه میدان نقش جهان با حوض و باغها، شناخته شده است. . موزه تاریخ طبیعی اصفهان نیز در آن قرار دارد. بسیاری از چایخانهها، کافههای خودمانی و رستورانها در سراسر این مکان پراکندهاند
زمانی بسیار دور
و من همانم که هستم
این زندگی های ماست که پیر می شود
ما در جایی قرار داریم که قرنها
تنها ثانیه ای به حساب می اید
و پس از هزار زندگی
چشمایمان شروع به
باز شدن می کنند
These are the two photos
I wanted to show a sense of parallel world.
my shot are usually made in both day golden times in the mornings and evenings.this shot is taken near Iraq border and this area was in their captivity in first war years.the sun was setting and palm head is the most important part of the tree and this contact was quite dramatic for me...
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