Water splashing on the rocks and keeping the (apparent population of) snails attached on them wet. Didn’t notice until this post’s writing that there is one mudskipper resting on one of the rocks —if you could find it. I did/do claim that it is a mudskipper but the absence of ‘mud mud made me doubt’. ;)
'Sharm', Arabic for 'bay', pertains to an actual bay area some 15 kilometers northwest of the town. The area is not as sandy as the case is in most of the coast of Yanbu, and less people visit the place for recreation.
A family barely silhouetted enjoying the peace one weekend afternoon by the Red Sea. Yanbu, Saudi Arabia
Birds feeding on khubz thrown by the locals.
"It is strange that the years teach us patience; that the shorter our time, the greater our capacity for waiting." -Elizabeth Taylor
Time does fly. It’s a bit of a surprise to me that the first month was over. Lots of things happened and are happening. (Like as if I wish I could hit a button and pause one channel of life —work, chiefly— and resume when wanted. Hehe.) But in general, things are good, pressure is bearable, and happy overall.
Anyway, here’s one to start February. Also, new look of the page, if you care to peek (still not done yet, though). I miss it here! -E