Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

Young physics student Mohammad Domiri from northern Iran is passionate about photography and architecture. He is a self-taught photographer who only started photography 5 years ago. But his works, made throughout the Middle East in traditional mosques adorned with fairy-tale mosaics, are simply mesmerizing. See the hypnotic geometric designs of Iranian mosques performed by Mohammad Domiri.

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Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

1. Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque in Shiraz. It is also called the pink mosque, and it was built in 1888 by the Qajar dynasty. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

The photographs of Mohammad Domiri, in addition to their fabulous beauty, are also unique because they were taken in places that are difficult to get to.

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

2. Pink Mosque - Nasir al-Mulk. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

There are many different prohibitions in mosques, for example, you cannot use tripods.

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

3. Shah Abbasi Mosque in Isfahan. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

To take pictures inside the mosque, you must first obtain a special permit.

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

4. Vakil Mosque, which was built in 1773, is located in the city of Shiraz. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

5. Dome of the Grand (Jameh) Mosque of Yazd. This mosque was built in the 12th century, rebuilt around 1360, and is still in use today. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

6. Dome of the Seyed Mosque, which was built in the 19th century in Isfahan. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

7. Colorful mosaic with its patterns is simply mesmerizing. In the early morning, colored lights can be seen inside the Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque. It is best to visit her at 8-9 am. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

8. Columns, light and colors in the pink mosque of Nasir Al-Mulk. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosquesHypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

9. Vakil Mosque in Shiraz. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

Hypnotic patterns of Iranian mosques

10. Aliqapu Palace in Isfahan. (Photo: Mohammad Domiri).

The work of Mohammad Domiri can be found at 500px.com/gravity or gravity.ir.

Keywords: Patterns | Art | Design | Architecture | Iran | Asia | Mosque | Photo project | World | Travel | Country | City | Beauty | Mosaic | Tradition | Culture | Religion | Photographs

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