Abyaneh, Iran
Abyaneh village, set against the picturesque Karkas mountains in central Iran, is famed for its striking red mud-brick houses and rich cultural heritage. Its narrow alleys wind through ancient streets, revealing traditional architecture and locals dressed in customary attire. With a history rooted in Zoroastrianism, Abyaneh’s sacred fire temple stands as a testament to its enduring legacy. Visitors are drawn to its timeless charm, offering a captivating glimpse into Iran’s storied past.

Film and digital imagery

Cameras used:
Bronica SQ-A
Canon 6D

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