Mehrali Razaghmanesh has been going to the Hyrcanian Forests for most of his life; initially as leisurely outings with his father and later to photograph them. Situated on the southern shores of the Caspian Sea in northern Iran the Hyrcanian Forests are among the oldest and most important ecoregion in the world. Measuring 55,000 square kilometers, the forest is located in the two countries of Iran and Azerbaijan. Its origins date back to the Jurassic era and it is often referred to as the Natural Museum, yet over time much of its area has been converted to urban and agricultural...
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