All posts tagged “Bahrain GP

Fast flow

Fast flow

Formula One cars are fast. My favourite game to play at the Bahrain Grand Prix is to see how many photos I can take of the cars that aren’t blurry! Over the past few years, I have got pretty good at taking panning shots of […]

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Colours under dusty skies

Colours under dusty skies

There are only a handful of different types of weather in Bahrain—hot, not so hot, and dusty. This day was a dusty day. It’s not just the sky that turns a boring shade of grey—everything does. Everything at the Bahrain International Circuit is grey or […]

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The sea down below

The sea down below

The aforementioned crowds down below at the Bahrain International Circuit, during the Bahrain Grand Prix. Taken less than an hour before the big Formula One race, the crowds were at their biggest. People flowing in and around the area, heading to the grandstands to find […]

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From up above

From up above

This past weekend was the Bahrain Grand Prix, and the best time to take a bunch of photos—from the races to the people all around. And there are usually so many people around, everywhere. Vast crowds of people, going from one place to the next. […]

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Project 365: April

Project 365: 2015 – April Recap

It feels like barely anything has really happened this month. Looking back at my photos though I can see there was the X-Fighters Jams, an epic grilled cheese and margarita night, saying goodbye to Justified, the Bahrain GP, finally visiting the National Museum, a visit […]

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Bahrain GP

Out in Bahrain: Bahrain GP

Before the heat really sets in, it feels like all of Bahrain is trying to get in as much outdoor activity as possible. A few weeks ago there was the Redbull X-Fighters Jams and just last weekend it was the pretty damn epic Formula 1. […]

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