Qeshm , Naaz islands
|Copyright: Mehrdad Tadjdini (mehrdad-t)
|Date Taken: 2017-03-29|
|Categories: Daily Life|
|Camera: Nikon CoolPix P80|
|Photo Version: Original Version|
|Date Submitted: 2018-01-07 10:22|
|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Qeshm , Naaz islands|
Naaz Island in Qeshm is set to emerge as one of the important tourist destinations in Iran. is located almost one km to the east of Qeshm Island and expands over three hectares but lacks sandy coasts. Naaz Islands are 2 small islands . You can see them from the beach. The interesting fact about them is that they connect and disconnect to Qeshm by the water level, twice a day. You can walk to them when the water is low.
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- [2018-01-07 10:36]
Hi Mehrad,Happy New Year first! And what a nice new post from this island become very important for tourist,a beautiful view on the wild coast with a lot of people and magnificent colors in the best sharpness,well done! Thanks for share,Luciano
A very nice photo of the rocks and the sea and the people enjoying their holiday. There is a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere and the colours are superb.
Interesantan pogled i trenutak, dobar tekst ...
Lepo pkazano mesto i trenutak, dobra perspektiva i kontrast, lepe boje, lepo uhvacen trenutak sa posetiocima. Lepo mesto za odmor sa lepim pogledom na more.
Zelim vam lep dan, sve najbolje u novoj nedelji koja je pocela, srecno.
Interesting look and a moment, good text ...
A nice place and a moment, a good perspective and contrast, nice colors, a nice moment with the visitors. Nice place for a vacation with a beautiful view of the sea.
I wish you a nice day, all the best in the new week that started, happy.
- [2018-01-08 4:31]
We are neighbours on TE
Very dangerous on the edge of the rock high above the sea for the people.
But we see much other presence on this picture.
Composition and presentation are superb.
Very well done, TFS.