Let’s go to Middle East today! The country with deep cultural roots, astonishing architecture, a tradional decor and various colors that could be proud of the marvelous nature,mosques and religious structures. Iran is home to breathtaking mosques filled with intricate mosaics and a kaleidoscope of natural tones.
Self-taught photographer Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji is one of the lensman who’s captured a rare and beautiful glimpse of Iran’s mosques and religious structures
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Take a look at gorgeous work of photographer Mohammad Reza Domiri Ganji and wonderful shapes and texture of Iran!
Step inside the Nasir al-Mulk Mosque, located in Shiraz, Iran. Here, an array of stained glass windows transport visitors to a colorful paradise.
But to catch this stunning site, you’ll need to head to the mosque early in the morning. It was built specifically to reflect the morning rays.
Its rose hued tiles have earned it the nickname “Pink Mosque.”
Reflections from the stained glass windows dance over beautiful rugs.
The nearby Vakil Mosque was built in the early 18th Century and includes a massive outdoor prayer hall decorated with spiraling columns, arches, and floral tiles.
Ganji’s photography effects show the Vakil Mosque’s extremely detailed tile ceiling and just how far its outdoor halls extend.
The Ali Qapu is a grand palace in Isfahan known for its elevated terrace and music room. The ceiling in the latter features cut-outs of vases and household utensils; this detail adds to the room’s acoustics.
Isfahan’s Chehel Sotoun Palace includes back-lit, colored glass windows that glow in the evening and ceramic panels that illustrate the country’s history.
Inside the palace, you’ll find regal blue and gold mosaic tiles, calligraphy inscriptions, and beautiful wooden balconies with stalactites running down the sides.
He frequently goes through weeks of extensive paperwork and red tape to conduct his work.
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