Masooleh unique architecture 2

A kind of life pattern occurs wherever natural and humanity variety is intermingled, under realm of time and history, which can be exceptional and unique for its part. Humans, created this habitat, fantastic architecture in a quite agreeable life with nature, if they knew their off springs behaved with their products in this way, they would not transfer this condition to them.

Masoole Village

The historical town of Masooleh , having an attractive nature and a wonderful architecture with an antiquity of more than 1000 years, is situated at a distance of 35 km from Fooman and 60 km from Rasht , and 1050 m. above the Caspian sea. Masouleh is registered as historical towns in the historical & cultural heritage register under the number 1090.

Second Week of Iranian Photography in Germany

Submitted by Nima Mehrabany on Wed, 02/27/2008 - 08:48

Exhibition 1: DANCE OF TRIBES - IRANIAN WEDDING -solo photo exhibition
Opening hours: 02. - 08. March 2008, 14 - 18 PM
Vernissage: 01. March 2008, 18 - 21 PM

Exhibition 2: GLASS EYE - AN OUTLOOK -solo photo exhibition
Photography by IRAJ MEHREGAN
Opening hours: 02. - 08. March 2008, 14 - 18 PM
Vernissage: 01. March 2008, 18 - 21 PM

In Iran, the country older than the history, older than religion, older than war and peace, among tribes and nomads, among ethnics and religions which have the sense of ancientness and being, his camera was a seeker of love's symbols , weddings in different colors and customs, different music and clothes, different prays and wishes. His pictures are here to introduce a face of this land, the face of dancing the tribes for love.

Mosha Village

Mosha Village - Near Ab-Ali ski resort - 60KM North East of Tehran. Mosha is a beautiful touristic area and there are lots of villas out there. The photo was taken in spring, in a beautiful afternoon. I like the colorful roofs that made a nice color contrast with blue and green.

The First Iranian Week of Photography in Germany

Submitted by Nima Mehrabany on Mon, 02/11/2008 - 10:35

The First Iranian Week of Photography in Germany
FOTO.IR, The photography website for Persian Photographers in association with PENG, Gesellschaft zur Förderung von Design, Kunst und Kommunikation e.V. presents: IRANIAN WEEKS OF PHOTOGRAPHY in Mainz -Germany.

I have two photos in first week exhibition. The Miner & The Silent Hill.

5 Things You'll Love About Firefox 3

Submitted by Nima Mehrabany on Tue, 01/22/2008 - 10:24

Mozilla Fire fox 3


Firefox 3 Beta 2 shows some nifty new tools we can expect in Mozilla's next browser.

New versions of favorite applications are always a little tricky; you want to keep up with the times without fixing what ain't broke. With that in mind, I took a look at the newly released Firefox 3 Beta 2 to see what we can look forward to when the final version ships in 2008.



Although the basic look of the browser hasn't changed, there are actually quite a few new features coming. (For a complete list, you can check out Mozilla's release notes.)

[Improved in Beta 2!] Firefox 3 Beta 2 includes approximately 900 improvements over the previous beta, including fixes for stability, performance, memory usage, platform enhancements and user interface improvements. Many of these improvements were based on community feedback from the previous beta.

Some of the new features in Firefox 3 are not immediately obvious -- at least, not to the casual user. Among other things, Mozilla is incorporating new graphics- and text-rendering architectures in its browser layout engine (Gecko 1.9) to offer rendering improvements in CSS and SVG; adding a number of security features, including malware protection and version checks of its add-ons; and off-line support for suitably coded Web applications.

My new iPod - iPod Touch

Submitted by Nima Mehrabany on Sun, 01/06/2008 - 08:48

iPod TouchI bought my Classic iPod 5 years ago! It was the very first generation of iPods! The best mp3 player ever!
Once I actually started to play with it, I fell in love. I think the whole "iPod" part of the name threw me - it's not an iPod (at least not for me), it's the PDA I've been looking for.

First off, I still haven't actually plugged the headphones into it - they're still sealed up in their packaging. My classic iPod is going to be my music player of choice for at least a little while longer. But so far I love everything else this baby can do!

I had no problems syncing with Outlook, so it gave me the perfect opportunity to get my contacts all organized so I could take them with me when I handed back my computer. I'd been wanted to get something that I could use to keep track of friends' and associates' addresses, details, etc, and this is perfect. As I just started to really use Outlook's calendar, having a portable option is brilliant. I can't add new appointments, but apparently the latest firmware update gives me that functionality.

Free Photoshop Actions

Submitted by Nima Mehrabany on Wed, 01/02/2008 - 13:12

Free Photoshop Actions
Adobe Photoshop includes the ability to record commands and tool operations in real-time and to save them in a script known as an 'action'. When played back an action will execute all the recorded steps and apply changes to an image. An action can also be used in conjunction with Photoshop's automation tools to form the basis of a batch process that will apply the same settings to a 'batch' of many images.

Most designers and photographers will agree that Photoshop actions are extremely useful for creating images and photograph effects quickly and efficiently. Listed below are those I've had in my favorites and thought would be great to share. Click titles to download and then load each one in photoshop actions to test.  

Temptations of Sun

Near Sobatan village in Talesh (north western part of Iran). After about 8 hours walking through mountains from Neor Lake, finally we arrived Sobatan Village. The atmosphere was just great, calm and peaceful with lots of vivid colors around. The village is accessible only in summers, the only road to the village is terrible and when it rains it is like hell! There is no permanent inhabitants, rurals use this village for summer resident. They leave it at the end of summer and move to the Caspian Sea shore.

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