CLIMBING PALM TREE - OMAN GULF

The project "Hamoun Wetland to Wasteland" aims to focus on the water crisis and climate change and drought in the Oman gulf  | Unframed, Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 308gsm Matte | 100% cotton paper | All prints are signed and come with a certificate of authenticity.

About the photograph: Hamoun wetlands are located in parts of south-western Afghanistan and south-eastern Iran was one of the world’s important wetlands under the Ramsar Convention in 1975 and the biggest freshwater lake in Iran’s plain which turned to a sea of sand in recent 15 years Due to drought and Iran-Afghan conflicts over Helmand River and the construction of large dams on the River for poppy cultivation in Afghanistan. The project "Hamoun Wetland to Wasteland" aims to focus on the water crisis and climate change and drought in the south (The Persian Gulf and all its coastal areas) and southeast of Iran in order to demonstrate the environmental, economic, and social impacts of drought that happened in recent years.2018
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Solmaz Daryani

Solmaz Daryani is a UK and Tehran, Iran based photographer specializing in editorial, documentary and commercial photography.
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