One hour in Shahsavar

Photo essay

by Sid Sarshar

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It is about time

by Abol Danesh (not verified) on

It is about time for ahamdinejad to put on his shoes and have some hearty "Kalleh Pacheh" to prove he is from Iran...for at least 10 years...

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The faces..

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The faces of these people don't talk of a self-sufficient country, but of an insufficient country. An atmosphere that does NOT provide sufficient to be happy.





One hour in Shahsavar

by Faribors Maleknasri M.D. (not verified) on

the depression and repression at every face CAN ALSO BE THE PROJECTION OF OWN DEPRESSIONS on the faces in the pictures not beeing there, being gone away and now not knowing why, not being there and enjoy the heartly atmosphere, not being there and have no share on the welfare, not being there and not belonging to a heroical honourable nation who has constructed a mighty rich and selfsufficient country out of a cimetry and so on.

However I repeat hier, just only for you, the following: How name the Poeple of RESHT the Shahbanu?

This question had costed a Warplane Pilot his Trainingsplace in the royal arm forces. I know it from a son of my uncle ( Brother of my mother ) who made the training in the same camp in Iran. He passed successfully his exams and was sent to USA to continue. I heard later: he has quitted and is - illegally - gone to Canada to study Informatics. I think he is never back in Iran. Before i close: How named the Reshtis the Shahbanu? Greeting.



by Urban Girl (not verified) on

Shahsavar is famous for its orange. Where there any left or any gardents?


you can see

by MRX1 (not verified) on

the depression and repression at every face yu look at.thanks IRI!


What do you think?

by Abarmard on

On the positive side in regard to Iran and Iranians I can say that at least we are not a lost nation. We all know exactly where we are. I think that might be a step a head from being a lost society. We can pick up our pieces and move forward, I am not sure if I can say that about many nations in and out of our region!