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Jahanshah Javid


Age: 56 |

Birth City: آبادان |

Joined on October 02, 2012

Cat in the sack

Valentino keeping warm under the sheets.

Spain avoids World Cup upset

 

CBS Sports: Spain earned its first win at the 2018 World Cup on Wednesday, narrowly beating Iran 1-0 on a fortunate goal from Diego Costa. Iran played toe-to-toe with Spain and deserved more from the match, but Spain's central defense made some important stops, got the winner in the second half and held on to move into a tie for first place with Portugal in Group B.

Not an impressive result for Spain, who didn't look nearly as sharp in attack as they did in the 3-3 draw against Portugal to open the tournament. They did have 69 percent possession and 17 shots, but only managed three on target. Iran failed to have a shot on target in the game but looked to have scored late; however, video assistant referee confirmed offside.

And this leaves the group really tight for the finish. Spain and Portugal are on four points, while Iran is on three, making the last group stage match between Portugal and Iran a massive one with huge implications. Spain will finish the group stage by facing Morocco. 

Silence of the lambs

On Calle Triunfo.

Enduring heritage

Man watching the World Cup on the big screen in Plaza de Armas.

Living on the edge

Valentino on the patio of my friend and neighbor Jeremy.

Thank you Morocco!

The New York Times: After a chippy, unsatisfying game, Iran won its World Cup opener against Morocco on Friday in St. Petersburg, 1-0, thanks to an own goal in added time.

Trying to clear a last-second ball across the goalmouth, Aziz Bouhaddouz of Morocco dove for a header, and the ball went unerringly into the corner of his own net.

It was a hard result for Morocco, which played the more enterprising, offensive minded game. The team had several chances that fell short during the contest, but at least looked like getting a point, until the terrible finish.

Both teams, but especially Iran, engaged in a great deal of physical play, and numerous players from both sides hit the turf with injuries throughout.

While Morocco occasionally threatened to score, Iran failed to trouble the goal much at all, taking many of their shots from 40 yards or more and unsurprisingly failing to convert them >>>

Khayyam Fountain: Monir Farmanfarmaian

Triennial Bruges 2018: Liquid City has invited international artists and architects to reflect on how flexible, fluid, resilient a historic city like Bruges can be at a time when nothing seems certain... The Iranian artist imagines the perfect city. The tower, built from repetitive geometrical crystal structures inspired by patterns from the mystical Sufism, reflects our ideas and dreams about a new society.

In Khayyam Fountain, Monir Shahroudy Farmanfarmaian gathers together various aspects of her visual alphabet, inspired by Sufi mysticism. The geometrical patterns are piled up as multilayer volumes to form a glass fountain. The three-, four- and even eight- or nine-sided shapes are alternately twisted and cut out into a hollow sculptural installation. Each element has its significance, such as the triangle, which can represent the human being. With four points on the circumference of a circle, you can draw a square, the angles of which point in the four cardinal directions; the sides of a pentagon can stand for the five senses and the angles of a hexagon symbolize virtues. Inspired by mirror mosaics and stained glass in ancient palaces and temples in Iran, the artist uses light and glass to create a fantastical play of refractions, with an evocation of water as a symbol of clarity and life >>>

Offerings

Holding offerings to the Inca king, at Maukallaqta festival recreating one of the myths about how the dynasty was born.

Rare beauty

Poncho woven in 1970 in Combapata, Peru. At Arte Antropologia store in Cusco. Approximately $2,000.

Jesus heals

My friend Carrie's special bandage

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