Sirjan, Kerman Province, Iran
Pink Floyd-esque scenery right before our feasting eyes, in a magnificent SaltDesert.
The New York Blizzard of 2016 shut down the "City that never sleeps" for a full day. Experiencing the power of nature was truly humbling and eye-opening.
As the Sun set, the water below rippled and a fisherman surfaced, with a small net in his hand.
Ghatrouyeh, Central Iran
Pristine beauty; Wild Ass and Cheetah Sanctuary
An early rising fisherman.
Two women talking about daily matters between the ricefields.
Sun sets in Vang Vieng, on a quiet ricefield, smell of woodsmoke and the sound of families fill the air.
Mazandaran Province, Northern Iran
Revelation; It seemed like god was talking to the ship.
Sharp, symmetrical urban world vs. edgeless and spontaneous nature.
- Verrazano Bridge, New York
Prague, Czech Republic
Luang Prabang, Laos
A woman sets a bird free at the top of Mount Phousi.
Prague, Czech Republic
Cat Ba Island, Northern Vietnam
Looking back on my life, some of the best moments in my life have been on buses, trains and planes. It's a special place, where you are simply detached from your past, and have not yet met your future, and there is little that you can do in your present moment about any of them. It's perhaps the best mechanical experience of being in the present moment.
Koohe Namak, Dashti, Bushehr Province, Iran
An overwhelmingly magnificent landscape, a mountain of black salt and not a single soul around.
Fishermen in a small lake in the Angkor Temple Complex.
- View from Sacre Coeur, Paris
Lights from Tehran light up the sky, as a dog scampers around on the northern hills of the city.
- Tehran, Iran
Beauty. Each Tree, like a Brush Stroke.
Sun setting on Luang Prabang.
Ramsar used to be a fantastic resort city before 1979. Nowadays it’s still a beautiful resort town, but it has an air of the “good old days” about it…
When God goes a bit Kiarostami!
We dubbed this as the view that makes your tears jerk.
On a cool autumn evening.
this is an image i dreamt about 5 months before Laos in Vancouver, and then saw it in real life. Blew my mind.
The Cricle City of Darius; A Mysterious ancient city, that was built in a circular plan.
On a Cold Winter evening.
The land of meat, dairy and honey.
Snaking its way through the darkness.
Power line invasions.
Woke up, staggered half-awake to the shabby open wagon of the overnight train, got my head out of the window, and voilà, magic.
A mind-boggling jungle of rock formations by the Persian Gulf, the perfect place to get yourself lost.