Workers of Iran

A shoeshiner sorting through his shoe polishing materials in Tabriz.

A shoeshiner sorting through his shoe polishing materials in Tabriz.

A fruit and veg seller on the streets of Tabriz.

A fruit and veg seller on the streets of Tabriz.

A wool worker sorting through the piles of wool before dyeing them.A wool worker sorting through the piles of wool before dyeing them.

The owner of a family run wool dyeing business in Kashan, Iran.

The owner of a family run wool dyeing business in Kashan, Iran.

A machine operator looking after the yarn spinning machines in Isfahan.

A machine operator looking after the yarn spinning machines in Isfahan.

A middle aged guy sitting around on the street in Shiraz, trying to sell his racing pigeons.A middle aged guy sitting around on the street in Shiraz, trying to sell his racing pigeons.

A metal worker sharpening a customers knife in Tabriz.

A metal worker sharpening a customers knife in Tabriz.

Some new Persian rugs having some final alterations in the indoor bazaar of Tabriz, the worlds largest indoor bazaar.

Some new Persian rugs having some final alterations in the indoor bazaar of Tabriz, the worlds largest indoor bazaar.

A construction site worker cutting through metal rods with a blowtorch in Isfahan.

A construction site worker cutting through metal rods with a blowtorch in Isfahan.

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