IRAN | You Say I Ran, I say E Ron Persian Culture, Iranian Culture Persian People / Iranian People Somewhere in Iran … Posted on August 30, 2013 October 7, 2019 . . Note: The photographs (none are mine) are credited & linked back to the source, except where it was not possible to identify the copyright-holder. By Azita Houshiar 0 blog picture photo post about Irandeltangi & nostalgia for IranPersian carpetPhotograph of Persepolis in Pasargadae Shiraz Iranpictures of Iransunset in TehranTGIFvatan keshvar mihanweaving a Persian carpet You Say I Ran, I say E Ron – (A Pictorial Peek) The Poetics of Persian Food You might also like Iranian Culture My Epic Trip to Iran Persian Culture Persian People / Iranian People Buying Eye Nak in Eye Ran | Eye Joke and Eye Beg Pardon Events & Celebrations IRAN | You Say I Ran, I say E Ron Persian Culture, Iranian Culture Persian People / Iranian People Under the hood We Showed. Now, I Tell Comments (24) peppersandplums 6 years ago — Reply Beautiful post. How are you? I have not been able to come to New York because my husband has been very ill most of the year. Rosa (Rose) Sent from my iPad Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply Rosa, you have been on my mind. I’m so happy to hear from you! I’ll take this to email. xox azita apuginthekitchen 6 years ago — Reply Wow, spectacular photo’s, Iran is so beautiful and rich in culture. Very nice! Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply thank you! the pangs I feel when blogging about it makes me determined that I’m long due for a visit back to the ol’ homeland Melissa Brody 6 years ago — Reply Beautiful! Haha, I was just about to complement your stunning photography skills until I saw the disclaimer. Still, thanks for putting the collection together to share with us. I think the saffron one is my favorite. The angle, the vibrancy of the color and focus are amazing. Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply It is a gorgeous photo (I’d never seen saffron flowers before, they’re so pretty!) and the photo’s all over the Internet – and I’m sorry that I have no idea whose work it is! Whoever took it, as we say in Farsi: “damesh garm!) Tina 6 years ago — Reply Beautiful artistic photos. They inspire awe. I can feel your pride, and longing at your home. I hope you go home to visit often. Thank you. Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply dear Tina, thank you for your sweet and thoughtful comment. Really appreciate it. Can’t take credit for the beautiful pix but can definitely agree that they are truly beautiful. I don’t want to jinx it, but I do intend to go for a visit sometime soon. I’m just entirely too homesick, and it’s been way too long, and there’s no other way around it. Thank you for your well wishes, hope it comes true. Lilly Sue 6 years ago — Reply Lovely photos 🙂 Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply thank you for visiting Lily! The Novice Gardener 6 years ago — Reply Beautiful, Azita! I had no idea the entire flowers were harvested for saffron. I thought only the pistils or stamens were picked. It’s true what they say, you learn something new everyday. 🙂 Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply No you were right to begin with, I think this pic just shows how they have to pick the flowers in order do harvest the … pistils and stamens … those sound about right, I’ll take your word for it : ) rise of the sourdough preacher 6 years ago — Reply Dear Azita, wanted to thank you for posting those wonderful pictures. I have never been to Iran, who knows maybe one day… I wish you a nice and relaxing weekend (or still taken with schedules and deadlines?) Bisous Lou Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply Dear Lou,let’s put it this way: it’s a holiday weekend but I’m behind a computer working on a design assignment! But no complaints, I love this work. AND, ate some delicious Persian rice last night with some of my favorite people, so all’s good. 🙂 Je t’en pris re the photos and je t’envois des bious aussi & forgive the rusty francaise xo Azita tinywhitecottage 6 years ago — Reply A lovely post I am sure makes you homesick. Every photographs you chose is so gorgeous and really makes me realize how wonderful Iran truly is with culture and beauty. I love the carpet weaver! I own one (small) persian carpet and I sit and stare at it’s beauty, studying the imperfect pattern, which is stunningly beautiful. Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply a small Persian carpet in a tiny white cottage … offering viewing pleasure to a delightful person and food blogger … sounds perfect! : ) radhika25 6 years ago — Reply Love your photo post Azita, and loved reading the comments as well! Catching up finally! Francesca 6 years ago — Reply Great pictures! Yours must be such a wonderful country. I would love to visit Iran some day. Hopefully … Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply let’s go together! andiamo! 😉 no seriously, I’ll go first, make sure it’s OK, then you come Francesca 6 years ago It would be awesome! 🙂 Fae's Twist & Tango 6 years ago — Reply Beautiful photos, Azita! Thank you for digging them out and sharing. Fascinating! Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply it’s driven by deltangi ye vatan Fae joon Flora 6 years ago — Reply Beautiful photos!I especially liked the one with the boy pouring out saffron flowers. Fig & Quince 6 years ago — Reply Thank you for visiting Flora! Leave a Reply Cancel Reply Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.