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Nima in NY

Posted in Fashion, Iran by homeyra on September 18, 2008

Iranian newspapers’ prints by NimaNY

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Afghanistan, Fashion, 1968

Posted in Afghanistan, Fashion, Photography by homeyra on April 14, 2008

Along the Silk Route in Afghanistan by Fred Maroon

From Informed Comment: Global Affairs: Fashion shoots, Afghanistan 1968

Luke Powell another photographer who was attracted to Afghan culture, remembers the 70’s: “No motor vehicles, no power lines. Everything was homemade and everyone was happy and no one was hungry. It was the most beautiful place“. See previous post.


Posted in Afghanistan, Fashion, Iran, News, Photo, Photoblog by homeyra on June 28, 2007

Visit to Iran dispels anti-U.S. fears, provides perspective on grievances
by Jeff Thorner, Tucson, Arizona 06.27.2007: “I just returned from a three-week trip to Iran. I seized the opportunity to travel there with a small group of New Zealanders, thinking it might be wise as an American citizen to keep a low profile and enjoy the “cover” provided by this non-American contingent of travelers…” read more

More photos of Iran: travel blogs and photos at


Tintin in Iran
Unofficial place for Iranian fans, see previous post

Persian Fashion

Kabul Press

Also two interesting interviews, both concerning Iran:

1: An interview with Gareth Porter, historian and journalist-

2: An interview with author and activist Webster G. Tarpley announcing the July 4th Philadelphia Emergency Anti-War Convention

Tks 99 🙂