Riffa Fort

February 2016 | Riffa, Bahrain

There’s a certain amount of luck for me and photography. Being at the right place at the right time. I think luck was with me when I got this shot. I could have been around the other side of Riffa Fort or looking in another […]

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1/52 [Juffair, Bahrain]

Photo 1/52 | Juffair, Bahrain

This year I wanted to do another 365 project, where I take a photo every day. As much as I love looking back at a year’s worth of photos, I remembered how stressful taking a photo every single day can be. Still wanting to do […]

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Bahrain at night

October 2018 | Muharraq, Bahrain

Take away the honking car horns, sounds of revving motorbikes, and all the noise of highway traffic, you’re left with a peaceful scene. The garish lights on the buildings actually look quite beautiful. Even if they’re all oddly shaped. Bahrain, you ain’t so bad.

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Bahrain, she glows

She Glows

It is so bright at night. The skyline in the city is lit up by not just streetlights, but the buildings themselves. Hotels and apartment blocks are all adorned in some of the most garish light shows. But it’s a great excuse to get the […]

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Progress?

Progress?

Construction is everywhere. Apartment blocks, malls, offices, villas—there’s something new getting built almost everywhere on this tiny island. Even the country itself is being “built”—land reclamation is happening at a rate that’s actually hurting the natural environment. Not a happy thought. There’s seemingly no sort […]

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Shamal of a Weekend

Shamal of a Weekend

The weekend has been shrouded in dust driven by one hell of a shamal. The wind was blowing so strongly on Saturday morning, the whistling it created through the balcony doors actually woke me up. My living room sounded like it was possessed. It’s a […]

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Beautiful Muharraq

Beautiful Muharraq

I‘ve already said it, and I’ll say it again—I love wandering around Muharraq taking photos of the streets, people, and buildings. There’s so much history in one tiny area. I have yet to properly explore the countless famous old houses in Muharraq—Bin Matar House, Sheikh […]

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Under blue skies

Under blue skies

Blue skies dominate Bahrain almost every single day. Though some days they’re less than blue thanks to a haze of sand and dust. Regardless, I’ve become used to seeing sun and blue skies every day. But, that doesn’t make them any less beautiful. I can […]

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