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Servus and Salam

When Benedict Fuhrmann, 34 years old photographer realized that on his planed road-trip from Germany to Vietnam the mountains and plains of Iran marked only

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Persian Mojito

Sitting in the garden, at 32 degrees the hottest ever recorded April in Munich. Reading Hooschang Golschiri’s “Man with the red tie” and mixing my

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The World is Watching

Before in two weeks time the 2012 Oscar will be awarded to the different categories of cinematography, I would like to say something about the

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Happy Yalda

Best wishes to everybody at IC and their friends and families on the occasion of Yalda. I hope that the rebirth of sun will also

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Children Toys

This doll is nowadays manufactured as a container of rose-oil. But it perfectly resembles a toy that kids used to play with before they had

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Hotel Evin ?

When a good friend of mine forwarded this sequence of nocturnal images from Teheran to me, I was almost prompted to ask if this is

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David versus Goliath

I think this picture does not need any comment. Not sure if somebody posted it here before. Hope nobody takes the “David and Goliath” analogy

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A Taste of Honey

I selected these two very different versions of the song “A Taste of Honey” or ذوق عسل. Originally written by Bobby Scott and Rick Marlow,

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Tscharschanbe-Suri

Zoroastrian philosophy not only inspired Friedrich Nietzsche to write his central opus “Thus spoke Zarathustra”, but contemporary rock singers were equally influenced by this ancient

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