Courtesy of Keith Mellnick
August 31, 2005
“Dominating impressions from our two weeks in Iran: the shocking lack of Evil, the incredible hospitality and friendliness toward Americans, and what should have been a given–that Iran is a modern, developed, hip country with a well educated (and may I add quite stylish) population. I’ve broken down pictures into several galleries.”
Photo Essays: Georgia’s Rose Revolution , Agadyr-Kasakhstan, Turkmenbashi’s Ashgabad, The mountain Jews of Azerbaijan, Sveti Tskhoveli Cathedral, Coolio in Baku, Imishli’s IDP Railyard Community
All images, courtesy of Keith Mellnick
Yesterday I went shopping! Nowruz is approaching. I took the above pictures, with a borrowed phone, in the mall’s cafe and the bowling alleys. Pictures are far from great, you can click to have them enlarged.
Funny as today I came across “Wonderland Iran” a blog reporting about the setting of another wonderland in the city of Meshed – update: March 2008, this blog is deleted.