مجموعه تصاویر زیر مرتبط به سیل سال ۱۳۸۵ در استان گلستان، شمال ایران است که درد و اندوه زیادی را به ارمغان آورد.
Golestan was Monday night that we were guests of relatives. Was intense and hard rain storm broke out that same night; Several trees were toppled and the city floods and runoff in many areas of Gorgan, Golestan Province in northern Iran was now; Electricity was cut off and all the people traveling to the city early morning hours, was discontinued.
Guests were all updated to sense your concern. Somesilent, some with and some with phone call and questions from the query, as if all were waiting for especial event.
It was the same specific incident that happened year’s agoin Golestan, come rain, the dam was filled with dusty plains village, the dam broke and flooded dozens of villages destroyed in the East of Golestan.
In addition, agricultural lands and houses and people, floods in 2002 parts of the road to Tehran – Mashhad, which devastated the Golestan National Park passes along the road, close to the 400 passengers killed. After 9 years, still no road reconstruction and construction operations to form Most non-normative it running.
Natural resources, environmental experts and academicsfrom all areas of expertise for which the orders of President Mohammad Khatami was The main reason for the flood knew one thing: “reduction of forests and pastures in the north And destruction of forests upstream “issue for many citizens without undergraduate research Golestani was clear; They sound a chainsaw that was the beneficiarycompanies and the forestry projects would come from the heart of the rainforest region And the rarest and most valuable trees in the area was converted into money, were used.
After months of floods every year in July and August and September and sometimes October-November is repeated and although its size is much smaller than the flood that year, but much greater anxiety and apprehension and fears it is more striking.
This collection of 20 photographs related to the 2006floods in Golestan province. North of Iran. That brought great pain and sorrow.