THE EYES OF EARTH tells a story about the environmental disaster at Salt Lake Urmia of Iran | Unframed, Hahnemühle Photo Rag® 308gsm Matte | 100% cotton paper
About the photograph: Urmia Lake in the north of Iran was once the largest lake in the Middle East and the second-largest salt lake on the planet. Lake has lost about 88 per cent of its surface area during the past three decades due to water mismanagement after the Iran-Iraq war and climatic changes.
A concrete Flamingo statue in an eerie and apocalyptic landscape greets visitors who stop by Sharafkhaneh’s shore, once the region's thriving tourist destination. East-Azerbaijan, Iran.2020
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