Discussing his pictures of the Friday flea market in Darvazeh-Esfahan, the photographer, Kamran Heidari, says: “This is the only place that you feel life is going on. If you want to see the real Shiraz you have to see this place. [The touristic] Zandiyeh complex is always there to visit but this [flea market] is there only for three hours.”
The pictures are taken between 2008 and 2013.
Tehran street musicians play and sing for passers-by outside Paytakht Building, located at Mirdamad Avenue, Tehran.
Paytakht Building is a shopping centre for computer hardware and software in an upper-middle class neighbourhood in Tehran.
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