Reflections on Iran

Reflections on Iran

Returning home from a trip is a time for a reflection. I am always glad to be home, but I also miss the constant impression on my senses of new sights, smells, and experiences. As I reflect on Iran it is the people that are most vividly in my mind. "Welcome to Iran" may have been the only phrase of English that many knew, but it was always genuinely meant, and followed by a smile. 

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The Many Faces of Iran

The Many Faces of Iran

When I was invited to work with Jordan Manley on this trip to Iran, I didn't really know what to expect. I had always thought of Iran as a hot dusty country with difficult neighbours and a strained relationship with the UK. We have travelled through some hot dusty places, but we have also seen breathtakingly beautiful snow-covered mountains and amazing centuries-old architecture. My role has has been to enable Jordan to film and photograph in the high mountains, and all the rest has been a huge bonus. Here's a snapshot of the many faces of Iran that we have been privileged to see. 

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Skiing in Chamonix, 28th & 29th December 2015

Skiing in Chamonix, 28th & 29th December 2015

I'm in Chamonix this week, working with the lovely Rees family. We're having to do quite a bit of travelling to other resorts, as the snow in the Chamonix valley is a bit scarce. Monday we went to Verbier, and Tuesday we went through the Mont Blanc tunnel to Italy. Both days we found great snow and lots of sunshine, which always makes for happy clients.

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