There is an article making its way around the internet from The Atlantic. Amos Chappele a travel photographer shares his pictures of Iran. You can see them and the article here.

I enjoyed these pictures and they reminded me of my own trip to Iran in 2005 - 2006. The photo essay inspired me to share some of my own pictures from Iran. So, a post from the archives of my photo library, enjoy. ( My camera at the time left a lot to be desired. I'm glad I shot so much film as well. I'll have to scan it.) If you would like to see more please visit me on flickr here.


Evening in Tehran
Palace Grounds, Tehran
Masuleh, Iran
Masuleh, Iran - Bread making, note the fire pit oven. Delicious!
Masuleh, Iran
Caspian Sea - Traditional fishing. People wait on the beach to get fresh fish. One of the fishermen told us that the catch has been quite low in recent years due to over-fishing.

Zoroastrian Temple, Iran
Zoroastrian Temple, Iran
Vakil Mosque, Shiraz , Iran
Nasir-ol-molk Mosque, Shiraz, Iran
Bazaar, Shiraz, Iran
Shiraz Gate by Night
Shiraz Gate by Day (Trying out a new watermark, I'm undecided)
Gate to Jahan Nama Gardens, Shiraz, Iran
Pasargadae Ruins, Iran
Naqsh-e Rostam or Necroplis, near Shiraz, Iran
Persepolis, Iran
Persepolis, Iran
Persepolis, Iran
Ruins of Persepolis, Iran
Esfahan, Iran - Naqsh-e Jahan Square
Esfahan, Iran


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