The Middle East is famous for its stunning temples and their colourful ceilings. Mohammad Domiri from Mazandaran, Iran, dedicates himself to researching and photographing the famous architecture of his home country. His pictures are not just beautiful but also rare; these temples are usually busy with worshippers and permission to photograph these temples is highly restricted. Here are 10 of Domiri's photos that capture wonders of the modern world.
Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque
Mohammad says that Iran has many historical sites, but some of the greatest are the mosques. This kaleidoscope-like photo of the Nasir Al-Mulk Mosque was captured through a fisheye lens.
Amongst Domiri's most notable techniques are his panorama pictures. Above is a superb image of the perfect forms on the ceiling at Dolat Abad in Yazd.