Photos and Videos

Go here to see videos of Isfahan
Go here to see videos of Seattle
Go here to see pictures of our trip to Isfahan in April 2015
Go here to see pictures from the Nowruz in Seattle 2017

Videos of Isfhan

50-minute English language film documentary of a young American named Elizabeth Anderson, who travels to Isfahan to explore the historic city.

Although filmed in 2008, this 55-minute travel documentary of Iran with world famous travel guru Rick Steve, remains timeless.

Curious about Iran’s wildlife habitat? Check out, “The Journey into wild Iran.” A wildlife photographer returns to his native home Iran to document its little-known wilderness of middle east and extraordinary collection of plants and animals — from wild donkeys to cheetahs, leopards, striped hyenas, golden eagles and giant lizards.

Videos of Seattle

Ever wondered what it was like to have a bird’s-eye view of the city of Seattle? Check out this footage of a aerial drone flying around Seattle’s very own Space Needle.

Check out the history behind Seattle’s Pike Place Market. The historic landmark is the city’s number one tourist attraction and is known as “The Soul of Seattle.”

Pictures of our trip to Isfahan in April 2015

Representative of Isfahan Mayor’s office, Ali Reza Khayyam (center) meets with Fred Noland (right) and Fred’s former Isfahan University student, Dr. Hassan Zand.
Representative of Isfahan Mayor’s office,  Ali Reza Khayyam (center) meets with Fred Noland (right) and Fred’s former Isfahan University student, Dr. Hassan Zand.
A mother in Isfahan and her child.
A mother in Isfahan and her child.
Mac Shelton (right) sporting the Iranian National Soccer Team jersey with new friends in Isfahan.
Mac Shelton (right) sporting the Iranian National Soccer Team jersey with new friends in Isfahan.
A smiling spice seller in Isfahan’s grand bazaar.
A smiling spice seller in Isfahan’s grand bazaar.
Chatting with some locals.
Chatting with some locals.

 

Dr. Zand and a few friends hosted a dinner party at the Abbasi for Fred Noland's 76th birthday.
Dr. Zand and a few friends hosted a dinner party at the Abbasi Hotel for Fred Noland’s 76th birthday.
Susan Hansen (left) and Fred Noland (right) smiling in front of the lovely birthday cake that the former students (now friends) provided.
Susan Hansen (left) and Fred Noland (right) smiling in front of the lovely birthday cake that the former students (now friends) provided.
A few local art students smile for the camera.
A few local art students smile for the camera.
The group constantly interacted with friendly locals.
The group constantly interacted with friendly locals.
A few young Isfahanis smile and wave.
A few young Isfahanis smile and wave.
Checking out the local Isfahani rugs.
Checking out the local Isfahani rugs.
Chatting with locals.
Chatting with locals.
A group of young men hanging out at the City Center.
A group of young men hanging out at the City Center.
Group of school girls touring Isfahan's famous Imam Mosque.
Group of school girls touring Isfahan’s famous Imam Mosque.
Mac Shelton with a local merchant.
Mac Shelton with a local merchant.
Local art students smile for the camera.
Local art students smile for the camera.
Picnicking at Isfahan's Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
Picnicking at Isfahan’s Naqsh-e Jahan Square.
Evening shot of Isfahan's famous Siosepol aka Siose Bridge.
Evening shot of Isfahan’s famous Siosepol aka Siose Bridge.

Nowruz in Seattle – 2017

Go here to see all the professional photos taken by our event photographer, Keyvan (Kvon) Behpour.

Go here to see all the pictures from the photo booth at the event.  Scroll through to find and download yours!

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