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Plain of Flowers in Countryside, Kurdistan
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The image ‘Plain of Flowers in Countryside, Kurdistan’ by Kamyaran captures the serenity and beauty of the much-unknown countryside found in Kurdistan – a mountainous region that encompasses parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria and Turkey. This photo is a perfect example of why ecotourism is becoming increasingly popular as an alternative to traditional tourism, showcasing the many wonders of wild nature in a peaceful environment.
From the evenly spread patch of wild flowers that adorn the pristine blue sky to the gentle rolling hills at the distance, this image epitomises charm and tranquility. You can almost feel yourself being transported back in time to a simpler era as you take in all its beauty. The wonderful burst of red and green hues surrounding you gives a lively touch to what would otherwise be another ordinary field – it’s as if nature has laid down her finest pattern from here till eternity.
Kamyaran’s vision truly captures what it means to experience something natural and exquisite. As you look closer into every little detail within this photograph, you start to become aware that even these kind of seemingly untouched places are due for great changes soon, as more people become aware about its hidden gems and want to discover them too.
This special photo captures an irreplaceable moment – never again will there be exactly same set of elements presented before us like this combination; passionate colours such flower petals fluttering around us with light breeze, enveloped by vast majestic mountains afar creating a delightful countryside paradise.
Kamyaran invites us on an inspiring journey where art meets nature – thus presenting itself as an exceedingly valuable souvenir for your home or workspace collection from your travels across Middle East Asia (Persia). Guaranteeing respect for both our environment and cultural heritage; through this photograph you now have a chance to bring with you a part Middle Eastern landscape which won’t soon fade away!