About 90 percent of Iran’s population consists of Shiite Muslims. Especially after the Iranian Islamic revolution, religious ceremonies and rituals have become popular. This series examines different religious ceremonies held in Iran. Religious ceremonies are often something like mourning, and for me, it is not the mourning but the customs it generates; when they are enacted, the rituals are interesting and full of surprises. In this photo series, I record the moods and souls of people alone in the crowd.