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Life in the desert

Sharm, Yanbu, Al Madinah | 2014






A Peek
There I have it. The last photo I chose to post from dozens of sunset snaps I took while in the car (of course, I wasn’t the one driving), running at at least a hundred and twenty kph. (No choice but to raise some ISO).
Probably, Saudi Arabia’s key opportunities when it comes to taking pictures are its deserts. Then comes the wildlife. If the government isn’t too strict with public photography (Read: Men fined SR10,000 for taking pictures), street photography and portraits could be more fun. (Well, in experience, this has been a good kind of challenge).
Know More
I have listed these links here before, the documentaries BBC produced about the Arabian Peninsula.
Here’s the trailer: Introducing Wild Arabia
And for more clips —there are three episodes and each is [about] an hour long— for separate topics: Clips
And for a little see-you-soon additional clip, (could be interesting for time-lapse photographers): Web exclusive: Arabian cities come to life.
Really a lot to discover. 

A Peek

There I have it. The last photo I chose to post from dozens of sunset snaps I took while in the car (of course, I wasn’t the one driving), running at at least a hundred and twenty kph. (No choice but to raise some ISO).

Probably, Saudi Arabia’s key opportunities when it comes to taking pictures are its deserts. Then comes the wildlife. If the government isn’t too strict with public photography (Read: Men fined SR10,000 for taking pictures), street photography and portraits could be more fun. (Well, in experience, this has been a good kind of challenge).

Know More

I have listed these links here before, the documentaries BBC produced about the Arabian Peninsula.

Here’s the trailer: Introducing Wild Arabia

And for more clips —there are three episodes and each is [about] an hour long— for separate topics: Clips

And for a little see-you-soon additional clip, (could be interesting for time-lapse photographers)Web exclusive: Arabian cities come to life.

Really a lot to discover. 
















Shams al Sahara (Sun in the Desert)






More sun.

More sun.

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