The photo is not beautiful. I guess it is not one you would cherish and try to keep it in front of your eyes all the time. It will not gain historical value either because writings on mountainsides do not possess such potentiality. This is only a photo from something written at the foot of a hill. Having said that, it is not a bad photo either. The composition is remarkable and has an arresting atmosphere. This is all enough for a photo to qualify as a good one. But if the photographer was not Shahriar Tavakoli, I wonder if it would have been considered worthy of being hung on a gallery wall or even sold for such a high price?