This is from Benjamin Werner’s daily photography. Click here to see original post and the rest from the artist:
Nima is the owner of a new “Café Nim” in the city center of Trondheim. The smart Iranian is looking back to an exciting and risky life in his home country. The restrictions of the regime in Teheran led him, like some of his generation, to establish an underground meeting point in Iran’s capital, where winery, dance and jam sessions, movie nights, political activities and other social events were gathering people, shielded from the eyes of the morality police. After his studies in Norway, the café was established in Trondheim, following the same concept as in Tehran.