Photo gallery: From New York City to Shiraz, Iran

In South Africa, Malawi and Mozambique, a US photographer discovers that the farther you are away from home, the harder it is to proceed.

November 3, 2010 15:51

Iran travel gallery 311 AP. (photo credit: Associated Press)


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Nicholas Rapp traveled from New York City to Iran earlier in 2010, taking photographs along the way.

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From the bazaars and mosques to bird markets and rain forests, through South Africa and Malawi, Mozambique to Iran, Rapp discovered that the farther you are from home, the harder it is to proceed.

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