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Lonely tree in Khajir National Park

Lonely tree in Khajir National Park
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Iran, Tehran, Hasselblad 500 C/M, Carl Zeiss Distagon 50/4 CFi, Hoya red filter, Ilford FP4 120 roll film

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Khojir National Park is a protected area in the east of Tehran. Khajir is part of the Jajrud protected area, which has been used as a royal hunting ground for about 200 years, and is actually the oldest prohibited hunting area in the country. Khajir National Park consists of high mountains and high and semi-high hills, the height of which varies from 1200 to 2138 meters.

This is an image of a lone tree in this area. I went to this area before sunrise with some friends. We walked for about 2 hours. In this protected area, there are various animals. We were able to see some mountain goats.

For this image, I used my Hasselblad 500 C/M camera and Carl Zeiss Distagon 50/f4 CFi FLE lens. I used of Hoya red filter for this image. The image recorded with aperture 22 and shutter speed 1/30 seconds on Ilford FP4 120 roll film.

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