This entry was posted on Tuesday, June 23rd, 2009 at 1:33 pm. It is filed under Decor.
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what a beautiful, beautiful place…it's easy to forget sometimes with all of the ugliness they live with. thank you for the reminder.
With all the difficulties in Iran, it is nice to see a more beautiful perspective. thanks for bringing it to us.
Gorgeous. The first photo and the second to last with the column, are those floors, ceilings?
Such gorgeous vibrant pictures. I love the Middle East and pray everyday for peace. My youngest sons godparents are Iranian and they have a lot of family there and I know they worry so much. Thanks for reminding everyone of the beauty both in the designs and most importantly in Iran's people.
beautiful images and people. la
Thank you for bringing these to mind in place of the sadness we're viewing.
the photos are beautiful, just like shokoofeh
Oh! These remind me so much of life in Indonesia! I love them. The ancient arts of the Eastern cultures will dazzle any Westerner. I have some handmade bamboo angel's that are all playing instruments in a little orchestra that would go great with this collection. I love things like this. Thanks for sharing. Keep it coming.
These are exquisite!
I love these pictures. Thanks for sharing her flickr account:) I'll be checking it often. The pictures are so lovely and beautiful!
The Iranians are in my prayers
wow, these are stunning!! I love learning more about different cultures and this is really beautiful. thanks for sharing these with us!
What beautiful pictures! I am going to check out your friend's flickr page right now! Thanks for the share!
Thank you for reminding us all of that country's ancient beauty and of the role its courageous women are playing in this new struggle for honesty and freedom.
Glorious. Thank you for posting something beautiful about Iran – I am so hopeful for its future. In the meantime, the situation is incredibly worrying and I want to keep dear Shokoofeh safe!
Its true. Iran is very pretty!
These photos are beautiful. I wish people dind't have to die so that we could live better lives. Why can't we all just live those better lives, with an open mind and an open heart? Without killing, hurting, fighting, arguing, hating.
Thinking of Shokoofeh, thinking of Neda. xox
the first shot is mesmerizing! the amount of work that went into creating it is mind boggling
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