رویای برفی در البرز، گردنه قوشخانه، پارک ملی لار Me & Dream, Alborz mountains, Lar national Park

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Mahdi Kalhor on November 16, 2010

Hi dear friends.

When we was here(I an my brother), four climbers from the Czech nation had come here for mountaineering. They were three men and one woman. Weather was very cold with temperatures -12 C.

I invite them to stay in the our tent. They said me: " thank you. we come back next year".

I saw them at here and they going to have to go to Mount Damavand. I took them up KamarDasht with the my car.

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Alborz (Persian: البرز), also written as Alburz, Elburz or Elborz, is a mountain range in northern Iran stretching from the borders of Azerbaijan and Armenia in the northwest to the southern end of the Caspian Sea, and ending in the east at the borders of Turkmenistan and Afghanistan. The tallest mountain in the Middle East, Mount Damavand, is located in the range.

The Alborz mountain range forms a barrier between the south Caspian and the Qazvin-Tehran plateau. It is only 60–130 km wide and consists of sedimentary series dating from Upper Devonian to Oligocene, prevalently Jurassic limestone over a granite core. Its higher elevations, in the Elburz Range forest steppe ecoregion, are arid with few trees, but its northern slopes, in the Caspian Hyrcanian mixed forests ecoregion, are lush and forested.

Zoroastrians may identify the range with the dwelling place of the Peshyotan, and the Zoroastrian Ilm-e-Kshnoom sect identify Mount Davamand as the home of the Saheb-e-Dilan ('Masters of the Heart'). In his epic Shahnameh, the poet Ferdowsi speaks of the mountains "as though they lay in India." This could reflect older usage, for numerous high peaks were given the name and some even reflect it to this day. For example, Mount Elbrus in the Caucasus Mountains, and Mount Elbariz (Albariz, Jebal Barez) in the Kirman area above the Straits of Hormuz. As recently as the 19th century, a peak in the northernmost range in the Hindu Kush system, just south of Balkh, was recorded as Mount Elburz in British army maps. All these names reflect the same Iranian language compound, and share an identification as the legendary mountain Harā Bərəzaitī of the Avesta.

Also due to its great snowy winters there are several ski resorts, some consider that a few of these are among the best in the world. Some of most important ones are: Dizin, Shemshak, Tochal, and Darbandsar.

All the best from Iran, Mahdi

Mahdi Kalhor on November 16, 2010

سلام دوستان

زمانی که با برادرم اینجا بودیم چهار کوهنورد از کشور چک برای کوهنوردی به پارک ملی لار آمده بودند. آنها سه مرد و یک زن بودند که از نزدیکیهای جاده چالوس از طریق کوهپیمایی به دشت لار رسیده بودند. هوا بسیار سرد بود با دمای دوازده درجه سلسیوس زیر صفر.

آنها را برای اقامت در چادر دعوت کردیم ولی تشکر کردند و گفتند برای سال بعدی برمیگردتد.

آنها را در نزدیکی امازاده پنج تن لار دیده بودیم و گفتند قصد رفتن به کوه دماوند را دارند.برادرم هم با ماشین آنها را تا **چشمه قُلقُله در کمردشت برد.

عاشقان عیدتان مبارک باد. این تصویر در شب عید قربان سال یکهزارو سیصد و هشتاد و نه آپلود شده.

مهدی کلهر

M Reza Samaee on November 16, 2010

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Oram Mirzaee on November 16, 2010

ما هم از این دریما داریم

کیه که ریالایزش کنه

:(

;)

Liked

Va Cheers

Batool Ghasemlou on November 16, 2010

خیلی خیلی عکس قشنگی شده

عید شما هم مبارک

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Mahdi Kalhor on November 16, 2010

ای بابا! یه حرف از یک کلمه تو کامنت اولی جا مونده! حالا چیکار کنم؟؟

Batool Ghasemlou on November 16, 2010

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M Reza Samaee on November 16, 2010

لايك من به شدت لهجه داره.بين تبريز و اروميه بودم.براي ترجمه اش به حامد خان انصاري مراجعه شود

Mahdi Kalhor on November 16, 2010

من که از مترجم گوگلی استفاده میکنم

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Oram Mirzaee on November 16, 2010

فقط یه حرف؟ اگه یه حرفه مشکلی نیست چون به جاش در کلمه مونتینینگ کلی حرف اضافه داری

;)

Mahdi Kalhor on November 16, 2010

دیگه بد تر! چون دوتا ستاره هم تو پیام دومی کم دارم

:(

Oram Mirzaee on November 16, 2010

تو اولی کلی کمو زیاد داری بهتره کلا غصه شو نخوری

;)

sugarbag1 on November 16, 2010

Hello Mahdi. Very nice photo. So amasingly clear and sharp. Very nice indeed. I see you have rubber boots on. Were your feet cold in the the snow with just those boots on? Like. Kind REgards, David

Mahdi Kalhor on November 16, 2010

ای داد بیداد! تو دومی بجای ن نوشتم ت اگه بدونی چیشد؟

;)

Canon PS SX 120 IS on November 16, 2010

Hello Mahdi!very beautiful photo!Like5!greetings from Germany,Andrej

Oram Mirzaee on November 16, 2010

:))

Mahdi Kalhor on November 16, 2010

Hi David, Good afternoon. These shoes are very warm in the snow.

Hello Andrej, Thank you so much.

Oram, نوچ

All the best from Iran, Mahdi

Hamed Ansari on November 16, 2010

فوق العاده زیباست

LIKE

عیدتونم مبارک باشه

:))

NO VIEWS NAJI on November 16, 2010

Beautiful image indeed.

I like your capture Mahdi

Un abrazo! toni.

LIKE!

**omidka&Arman** on November 16, 2010

Very nice ♥ ♥ Like♥ 8 ♥

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    • Camera: Canon PowerShot A2100 IS
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