Leo Coulongeat continues his exploration of the vast desert areas, this time inviting us to follow him on the sandy roads of Iran. In this new series entitled “Sur la route des caravansérails”, the photographer proposes to take another look at this country, often relegated in the collective imagination to its repressive political regime. The Iranian topography, however, is very diverse and hides sublime landscapes: from the black and lunar plains carpeted with volcanic stones of the natural site of Gandom Beryan, to the rocky and vertiginous reliefs of the desert Dasht-e Kavir, passing by the oases of vegetation which break with the ambient aridity of the region, his travel diary gives us to see the grandiose panoramas of the ancient Persian. You can also follow him on Instagram.