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De superbes photos, que dire d'autre ?
You have beautiful pictures! Thank you!
Hi Robert, I worked as an English teacher in Nyala and travelled a lot around the Jebel Marra area 1980-83.I have lots of pics but yours are better!It is a huge pleasure to see these shots - and maybe a little sad to see how little has changed (when were they taken?) except for the worse because of the war etc.
Dear Mr Robert Lankenau
This is a request from BBC Worldwide, Mumbai, India. We are producing a series involving human-interest stories, based on history and mythology, where the storytelling style is modern docu-contemporary. The series is essentially an unprecedented, definitive list of the people, moments and stories that have contributed to India as we know it today. This list covers the most iconic faces, incidents and things in Indian history, across different categories.
We would like to use some images of the TAXILA RUINS as visual support for this series. We particularly want to show these images while talking about the story of the great thinker, Chanakya/Kautilya. Please do let us know how we can proceed on acquiring this visual as well as getting permissions to use the same. We will, of course, provide an acknowledgment/credit/ footage courtesy on the show.
Thank you for the beautiful pictures of Armenia, I had to look up where the country is located. Thank you for the geography lesson as well. Terri Rucker Columbus, Ohio
my name is neven from Mundri/Lui thank's for posting those photos u are highly experience well done..
Thank you for sharing your pictures of Armenia.
Nice Photographs indeed. All the countries photos are very good, but my interest was in Farah - Afghanistan, as our Imam resides there, Hz. Syed Mohammed Jaunpuri, as better known as Aqaa Syed Mohammed in Farah. Thanks indeed. However, there has been some rennovation done on the tomb in the recent time. Good photos indeed. I like the Kuchi Nomade photos too.
Your Iran gallery, although beautiful and very artistc but does not do justice to the presentation of Iran. There is much more to Iran than just mosques and shrines and Islam. How about any marks form old pre Islamic Persian Empire ? Or the diverse nature of Iran (Beautiful and green North "Shomal", Alborz mountain even seen from Tehran, The vast desert etc. Or modern landmarks in Tehran and other cities.
Iran is a 3000 year old civilization and not born by Islam like most Arab coutries.
hi, my is Robert too..I'm from Mundri/Lui in Sudan but I was born in Juba town and I haven't seen my home yet, I was just searching on the net and I guess I was so lucky to find some pics from my home on your site, it is frist time for me to see my home, I'm happy now and I thank you so much man, God bless you
H. D. Mitchell
Timeless. Who is your muse? Your canvas and camera skills are exceptional. just one screen play writer's opinion from Tucson, Arizona. my fourth trip to Egypt is November 2008. Looking at these moments makes the wait more difficult. Thanks
vous êtes un vrai artiste. bravo pour vos photos!
As usual, Robert, I love your pictures. They show so much to those of us who can't be there ourselves. You're doing great work!
Thank you very much for sharing the Afghanistan pictures. They are breathtaking and I must say you have done a great job.
I've been working for a Dutch company flying domestic routes for the Norwegian army and seen a lot of Afghanistan and Kabul, but from the air only. You can visit my Afghanistan pictures by the way in my galleries.
Can you please contact me? Im very interested in going back to Kabul again as a civillian.
Christiaan van Heijst
I'm basically from Madurai, South India, living in Norway. You've taken some awesome pictures in my hometown. I loved those snaps. Hats-off for you!
Hello Robert, I was led to your images by another person interested in Afghan war rugs. We have used a couple that helped resolve a mystery at our research blog, where we have credited you and linked back here at
(We are Australian academics studying war rugs)
Please let us know if this is acceptable to you. We would also love to talk to you about whether you've seen any war rugs in your travels in the area. Thanks
keep creating... Kris
Nice and thought filled site you`ve got here!...
I am surfing from time to time through your pictures and - what should I say - alway amazing. Great stuff!
please inv me in all req
Your photos are beautiful. I lived in Iran many years ago, and your pictures really bring it back. I would like your permission to use your photograph of "creme colored dome" on the cover of a report on Iran that I am doing for school.
Liked the colors and composition, everything!
what i see now, is really FANTASTIC
Hi! Enjoyed your pictures
could you please contact me. Thanks in advance
habe durch eine persische Seite auf deine Seite gelandet.Deine Fotos vom Iran sind echt Atemberaubend, das Licht und die Farben sind einfach Toll.Ich hoffe dass du dort eine schöne Zeit verbracht hast.Ich fotografiere gerne und stelle meine Fotos auch ins Netz.würde mich freuen wenn du die dir mal anschaust:)
Mit freundlichen Grüßen,
das sind sehr tolle Eindrücke, die du da festgehalten hast. Christine hat mich am Wochenende auf deine Seite aufmerksam gemacht. Als ich es Opa erzählt habe, dass man all deine Bilder auch per Internet anschauen kann, wurde er neidisch. Ich glaube, nun ist es so weit, und er wird sich von seinem Dinosaurier-Pc trennen. Er liebäugelt mit einem Notbook/Laptop und wird sich dann wohl auch über kurz oder lang eine Internetverbindung einrichten. So dies in Kürze. Danke für die Bilder -super-.
Gott schütze dich