Category: Irish man in the Middle East Tagged: Arab, Culture, Dish dash, postaday, Saudi Arabia, Threshold, Travel, Weekly Photo Challenge
Wow, stunning shot. It’s beautiful, really.
Hope you are well my friend,
Muchos gracias Christy. With family on short trip to Istanbul. Camera nearly burnt out! Hope all good your end.
Not a lot of engineering gone into that!
Was an old village Al. They were redesigning (with sledge hammers!)
This shot begs interpretation but I can’t chance it; the possibilities are endless and I just know I’d get it wrong.
Beautiful on so many levels.
Was a memorable weekend in the mosts conservative part of KSA. There is a story related to that pic. Might tell it sometime!
Nice to get nod of approval from a psycho! Thank you.
You bet! 🙂
Now you’re scaring me!!!
Beautiful! Where was this taken?
Thanks Miss H. Was visiting an Arab friend who lived in a small village near Buraydah in central Saudi Arabia. He took me to see a very old derelict village that is being rebuilt. Took this shot of him as he exited one of the buildings that was under refurbishment. The opening framed him perfectly as he exited.
Thank you for the info! Saudi Arabia was my first thought, but then I realized that this could have been taken in several countries in the Middle East. I guess I should have checked out the tags. Still new to this blogging phenomena! LOL
No great expert myself. Thanks for calling by. Glad you liked.
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