Takht-e Soleymān (Persian: تخت سلیمان, “the Throne of Solomon”) is a stunning archaeological site on top of a volcano. Beside the crater lake are ruins from different periods dating back to pre-islamic zoroastrian times. Placed in this hight deserted area, equipped with a spring-lake which is providing endless water its a impressive place. The place was one of the most important zorastrian firetempel. sadly there was hardly any information about this interesting place, so I just link you here to the Wikipedia article: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Takht-e_Soleym%C4%81n
Continue reading Iran Photos Part VII: Takht-e Soleymān
here just some impressions we got to see while cycling through the country.
Continue reading Iran Photos Part V: Random Impressions While Cycling
on our first section of bicycling from Isfahan to Golpayegan, we actually found this ruin of a abandoned Caravanserai. I realy liked the look of the bare bricks. when you look closer you see a lot bullet-holes in the walls. I wonder what kind of fight had taken place here in the middle of nowhere?
Continue reading Iran Photos Part IV: Old Caravanserai On The Way From Isfahan To Golpayegan
so tomorrow I’m Flying in to Tehran from there further by bike. lets see how its going to work out! So these are my last pictures from India…. (at least this time)
Continue reading Good by Delhi, Good by India
I just processed an old film I used last year in a self-made pinhole-camera. All photos are taken in Bolivia or Peru. As I have to scan and edit the negatives by my self I will take some time till I post them here. For now just a single photo I have taken back around Cusco in Peru: