The week in photos – Twenty Eight

Greetings from Thailand!

Welcome to another week in photos. After sixteen incredible days in Iran, I’m now relaxing in Bangkok. I’ve been here for a few days now and I decided to leave the camera in the bag which is probably the longest I’ve gone without using it and it’s felt great and seeing Bangkok through a different set of lenses.

I was due to fly out back into Hanoi today but I’ve decided to stay for another week in Thailand. I’ll be heading to Chiang Mai on Saturday to hang out with some friends who have relocated there and then fly back to Hanoi from there. I have to admit, I’m in a happy place right now; eating thai food and drinking cold beer and eating pork after a break from my two favourite food groups.

This week’s photos are a collection from the past two weeks in Iran as the internet connections were too sketchy and I didn’t upload any last week. As usual, let me know which ones are your favourites.


ice house yazd

Looking to the top of an ice house in Yazd. Despite temperatures reaching as high as 50 degrees celsius in summer, the ice houses were capable of keeping ice in a frozen state throughout summer.

shiraz tombs

Naqsh-e Rustam the ancient necropolis located about 50km outside of Shiraz and dates back to 1000BC are the four tombs belonging to Achaemenid kings.

pink mosque shiraz

Detailed and intricate tile work within the pink mosque in Shiraz.

hafez tomb

At the tomb of Hafez, a poet revered by all Iranians. Each day, hundreds visit his tomb and touch it whilst reciting poems, praying for inspiration.

Nasir al-Mulk Mosque

The morning light paints the wall of the Pink Mosque in Shiraz.

azadi tower

Looking up at the Adazi Tower in Tehran which marks the western entrance into Tehran.

camel riding in iran

Camel riding in the sand dunes, two hours south of Yazd.

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The week in photos – Twenty Eight — 2 Comments

  1. Hey Jimmy, great photography! Also, I am so jealous you went camel riding.

    Thai food is one of my most favorite types of food (which they are lacking some good restaurants for here in Berlin), so do me a favor and eat enough for both of us :)

    Tee | Rotten One

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