Sunday, November 30, 2008


Do you believe in 12+1?

Friday, November 28, 2008

A nervous face

He understood that I want to take a photo, so he started to show me his teeth !!
And I really scared!

Thursday, November 27, 2008

Let's watch accurately!

See my today's shot!
This is just one of God's creature.You know that he is an "Architect", even more skillful than me :)

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

The last leaf

Just one leaf was left on the tree.
The tree said: I look forward to you my friend.
Leaf said: So bye till the spring!
The spring came back but the tree had forgotten about his friend among all those green leafs.

Tuesday, November 25, 2008

Ink & Water

I miss my earlier drawings when I was the first year student of university. Nice old days that I used to draw with ink & water.
To remember of that time, Today I draw this picture. I do not like to think that I may loos some of my skills in water color drawing!
It is not finished yet. Let me to complete it!

Monday, November 24, 2008

Mysterious Rhythm

A mysterious rythm among these pots attracted me to take this shot!

Friday, November 21, 2008

Around Iran # 5 : Abyaneh Village

Abyaneh is one of the well known villages in Esfahan province, in addition to which it boasts of a pleasant climate. The same is located in the northwestern slopes of the Karkas Mountains and at a distance of 28 km. from the city of Natanz. The architectural facet in this village along with the rituals and apparel of its inhabitants is a sight to witness. The Jame' mosque of this vicinity with its historical wooden altar dating to 776 AH, and its wooden pulpit dating to 466 AH. and an inscription in the 'kufi' script is greatly valued both as a historical and religious monument.

Sunshade or "Saabaat" in Farsi

Women in the traditional clothes
Money isn't everything. See how cultures measure wealth!

For more information about Iranians tourist attractions, I strongly recommend you to visit the ITT website!

Thursday, November 20, 2008

Photograph Exhibition

Since few days ago, we have started a photograph exhibition in our university. I told you before that I want to take apart in this competition and exposition so I gave some of my photos and fortunately 3 of them are sent for the final judgment J
Saturday will be the last day of this exhibition and the winner will be selected. I am not sure if I will win or not, something is important for me is that I could take apart in this exhibition and I could share my photos. As well as I could knew more about others's eyes and subjects in photography.

The most impressive photo that I saw there which is taken by Mr.Sharif Hoseini

One of my photos is on this sheet! You have seen it before on the blog.Can you find it?!

Monday, November 17, 2008

Mashhad's Book Exhibition

The place of all Mashhad's exhibitions (Photo by : fair news)

In the CARICATURE salon!

All type of people in the exhibition


Again in the caricature salon

This week is the week of Book and Reading Book in Iran.During this time,Iranians try to buy and read books more and improve the culture of reading it. So every year we have many book exhibitions and festivals in all cities of Iran for adults, masters, students and kids.
The 8Th Mashhad's Book exhibition has been started, too. Over 800 publishers with 50000 book's title are present in this big exhibition.I visited there yesterday afternoon and took some photos from different parts of the exhibition.

Sunday, November 16, 2008

The Blue Heart

We always suppose that a heart must be Red, but I dot think so.I like this blue heart. It seems there is a strong love between the couple in this BLUE heart!

Friday, November 14, 2008


What color do you prefer?
Hmmm....I like the green!

Thursday, November 13, 2008

Surveying Class

Yesterday morning at university,I saw the new group of students in the surveying class.I just remembered 3 years ago when I had this class in a hot summer.We surveyed all parts of the university.although I got a bad mark for this lesson,although it was a difficult course for me,I really enjoyed it!

Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Sky Watch :The Inconspicuous Sun

After few cloudy days,the sun had came back today morning.But the weather was still so cold.Since I forgot to take my hat,I got a bad headache because of the cold! :(

Monday, November 10, 2008

Imam Reza Birthday

Photo by Fars
Today is the birthday of Imam Reza.You know that he is one the most beloved Imam’s of the Shia people of the Islamic world. Imam Reza’s shrine is in Mashhad, Iran, and because of that, he is very respectable among Iranian people and every day, many pilgrims travel to Mashhad city to ask their pleas heard by their holly Imam.Today is the birthday of Imam Reza. He was born in Madina 11th Zeeqaad 148 Hijri (1.1.766 AD) and passed away in the city of Mashhad, Iran on 17th Safar 203 Hijri (26.5.819 AH).Imam Reza (AS) was 35 years old when his father died in prison of Harun al-Rashid in Baghdad and the responsibilities of the Imamat devolved on him. At that time Harun Al-Rashid was the absolute ruler of Baghdad and the descendants of Imam Ali (AS) were passing as ever, through trials and tribulations because of the tyranny of the Abbasid ruler. Yet Imam Reza (AS) carried on the responsibility of administering the Divine Law of Shari’ah as taught by the Holy Prophet and Imams of the Ahlulbayt after him.After putting an end to the life of Imam Musa Ibn Jaa’far (AS) Harun al-Rashid lived for ten years. He had less tolerance for the existence of Imam Ali Reza (AS), then he did for his revered father. But he also knew that his Government had already lost face due to its prolonged maltreatment and eventual assassination of Imam Musa Ibn Ja’afar (AS) or perhaps the tyrant felt the stings of conscience which kept him from harassing the 8th Imam. It is said that once Yahya Barmaki, his Prime Minister, in order to gain the ruler’s favour, informed Harun that Imam Ali Ibn Musa (AS) claimed Imamat in the same way his father had done, Harun coldly replied, “We have already inflicted cruelties on his father, do you expect me to annihilate this family altogether.Political wranglings in Baghdad between the two sons of Harun were rocking the Empire. His elder son Amin who had an Arab mother had the support of the Arabs and most of the Abbasid elders, while the younger son Mamun had a Persian mother and was supported by the Persians. To console both factions Harun took a pledge from both his sons that after his death Amin will rule the Arab part of the Empire while Mamoun will rule the Persian side. When Harun died in far away Tus, the most northern town of his Persian Empire, Mamoun was with him and buried him there. Amin in Baghdad immediately proclaimed himself the Caliph of the whole empire and immediately deposed Mamoun from the rulership of the Persian Province. Mamoun’s main concern was to subdue the persian province under any circumstances. He realised that the majority of Persians favoured the teachings of Ahlulbayt and if somehow he could persuade the Imam of the Ahlulbayt in Madina to side with him, he could confirm his rule there. Once he felt secure on that side of the Empire, he would then rise against his brother and easily depose him.Imam Ali Reza (AS) died and was buried far off from Madina, the home of his forefathers of the Ahlulbayt of the Prophet. In Sanabad, about a mile from the village where he died, they placed him in a grave inside the tomb of Harun al- Rashid who was buried there ten years ago. Mamoun’s ambitions to get the Empire under his feet was almost accomplished for he knew that the army under his command would not run away from him at this juncture.

Reference of the text : siasatrooz

Sunday, November 9, 2008

Let's not forget about somethings !

Sometimes,when I walk in the park,I notice to old men and women who sit together and stare at some where.Most of them seem so sad and depressed.When I asked my Grand mama why they are like this? she answered : Elders expect their childes and grand childes to remember and respect them,to love them.
But nowadays we are busy with our own life.So we have forgotten that grand parents are waited for us.Yes,They miss us and we do not know it!
Now,I got why some old people seemed sad in the park.I am coming grand mama! :)

Friday, November 7, 2008

Around Iran # 4 : Ghaleh Rood Khan

Ghaleh Rood Khan is the name of a historical castle, belongs to Saljooghi's age.‎ It is situated at a distance of 20 kilometers from Western South of Fooman in Gilan ‎province. Area of the castle is 2,6 hectares and it is located upward the heights of ‎Roodkhan village. The castles wall has a length of 1500 meters and there are five ‎towers inside it. This castle has been rebuilt in Saljooghis' age and had been fighting ‎bases of Esmaeiles.On the entrance gate of the castle has been written that this castle ‎has been rebuilt in 1513-1516 at the command of Sultan Hesamoddin Amir Dabbaj bne ‎Amir Alaeddin Eshagh. This inscription is held in Ganjineh museum of Rasht. ‎ This castle is located in a height between 665-715 meters from the sea. There is a ‎river with the same name beside the castle.
The length of this castle is about 500 m. and its width changes in the ‎different locations.‎ ‎ Splendid of this castle is very much and it is similar to a thriving city. ‎Author has already seen over 20 castles of England castles, believed that ‎this castle is bigger and stronger than each of them.
To know more about this unique place,visit its website

Tuesday, November 4, 2008

Sky Watch : The Artificial Sky!

Do you like such sky?

Monday, November 3, 2008

Armaghan Athletic Center

I went to take photos for my new project today morning. The building you see in the picture is "Armaghan Athletic Center" in Framarz Abbasi Blvd, near our home. A big center with many facilities for kids and adults such as; pool, gym, roller skate salons and etc. This is located beside a beautiful small Park which is named Resalat Park. Now for the project,we should design a cultural center in this site. It would be a difficult planing!

Saturday, November 1, 2008

Red Roses

I picked these flowers from the yard of our house.They are so beautiful!