Up to about 100 years ago, the habitants of hasankeyf lived in manmade caves on the mountains surrounding the Tigris River.
Sina Yaghoobpoor is an Iran-based photojournalist and visual storyteller. He began his journey as a photographer at the age of 21, when he was a mechanical engineering student at university, capturing the political and social events of his native country. His journey so far has taken him through the landscapes and communities of Georgia, Turkey, and Iraq.
Sina's work has been exhibited nationwide and beyond in comprehensive publications. his photos have received international exposure through articles in Time magazine, Le Monde, La Vanguardia, Metro.news, and many others. He likes to tell stories from Iranian society or the Middle East whose audience is all over the world. His recent story is a narration of climate change based on the water crisis in the middle east.
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