Road To The Fields
Nahavand - Hamedan - Iran
Alfred Schultz 7. September 2013, 16:22Salam Sepideh,
It is nice to see something new from you again.
Apparently you have little time, because this
picture was taken from a moving car, I guess.
Nevertheless, it gives a good impression how the agricultural landscape looks like in your country.
Best wishes from (still) sunny Munich.
Christian Bertero 7. September 2013, 13:34You are right my dear friend Sepideh to show your country because people has often a wrong image of it
(the same for my Sicily when I show mountains and snow in winter, or green valley and fields in spring).
An idea : may be you'd shot a new time in the same place, but acrossing the road, and shooting the yellow in first plan of your new composition ...
I send you my best regards.
Dieter K 6. September 2013, 13:38At home I will write more about this picture: My first impression is surprising, about the green and fresh colors. I know so little about your country, I imagine it more dryly. I like your picture. I'm looking on google Maps where it is, now. Around this place it seems to be very dry, is this region irrigated? Greetings. DIETER
s. sabine krause 6. September 2013, 11:58what a great treat for the eyes this image is: we start exploring near the lower edge of the image, where the gray tarmac is, then literally "zig-zag" our way into the depth of the shot, following its intricate pattern of reddish rocks, green grass, yellow rape (?), green grass again, more rape etc., until we finally reach the hazy mint-green horizon, where an entirely new world of hills begins… beautifully seen and composed, dear sepideh! and your spring must be hot and dry, judging from the busy sprinklers watering the fields in the back! greetings from a sunny and still amazingly warm september-hamburg! ; ) sabine