Iran Photos Part IIX: Colorful Montains

Here again some Iran Photos: We decided that cycling from Zanjan to Tabritz on a hight frequented highway would not be so funny and took the bus for this part. Unfortunately we could see the great colourful landscape only from the window of the bus. This was a quite difficult situation to take photos. The result is technical not satisfying but from a aesthetic point of few i still really like this photos. Enjoy!


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Iran Photos Part VI: Ali-Sadr Cave

I’m a big fan of caves. But as much I like to crawl trough dark, tiny and muddy holes, I hate it to be in a group of tourist that is hurried on concreted routs trough a electrified tourist spot.

I totally would classify the Ali-Sadr-Cave as a developed tourist attraction (even as they only expect domestic tourists).

But, there is a big but. This Cave is outstanding! Its, enormously big, It is even so huge that this huge amount of people that is being booted trough the cave almost vanishes in this great halls and lakes. You enter an parallel world and automatically  start to look out for Gollum and other magical creatures…

And the top of all came Afterwards: In this area we had so much snow that we asked if we could pitch our tent on the snow-exempt parking. Instead we got invited for tee and Lunch, and in the end we where allowed to camp in the waiting hall of the cave.  Wow!

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