Inside an Iranian Sofreh-Khaneh, a traditional Persian restaurant and hookah (nargileh) house. I was taking a long-exposure photo as a curious child shyly peeked out from around a corner to stare at the weird foreigner with a camera.
Sofreh in Farci means a place for sitting, like those things with carpets and pillows that can be seen in the background. In Central Asia they call it Topchan.
Khaneh simply means "house".
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