All posts tagged “Bahrain in Photos

This Unapologetic Wall

This Unapologetic Wall

This bright yellow wall and blue door felt slightly out-of-place in Muharraq. Buildings here are usually white, beige, or some other neutral colour. The buildings blend into the desert like landscape they sit in. And then there’s this. Unapologetically standing out next to the grey […]

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It's pretty heavy out there

It’s Pretty Heavy Out There

Waking up to this sort of view usually means one thing—widespread dust. And waking up on the day I took this shot I assumed exactly the same thing. But I was wrong. It wasn’t dust obscuring everything outside, but fog instead. One of the densest, […]

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Bahrain's Food Festival 2018

There’s Always a Food Festival On

If there’s one thing that gets people out and about in Bahrain in winter, it’s a food related outdoor festival. Just look at all these people. (And yes, I’m one of them.) There’s a food festival on right now. Coming off the back of three […]

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Minaret and a Sunset

A Minaret at Sunset

Sunsets in Bahrain are some of the most beautiful I’ve ever seen. Especially during winter when there are actually clouds in the sky. Combine that with the mosques and their minarets dotted all over the place, and you’ve got something quite special. I took this […]

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Night Time Activities

Night Time Activities

There’s a lot of continuous construction in Bahrain. Especially in the area I live in. It’s not uncommon to see construction work going on at night. During the summer months, that’s when most of the work happens thanks to the scorching daytime temperatures. (Not that […]

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Al Fateh Grand Mosque

A walk around Al Fateh Grand Mosque

It took nearly three years but it’s done—finally ticked off Al Fateh Grand Mosque off the places to visit list. Built in 1987, Al Fateh Grand Mosque is one of the largest mosques in the world. A fact I didn’t know until I looked up […]

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Hazy, lazy, Bahrain

Bahrain in Photos: Dust

Dust storms aren’t uncommon in Bahrain. Far from a weekly, or even monthly occurrence. But I’ve got used to seeing “widespread dust” as a weather forecast on my phone. They can last an entire day, or be burned up in the midday sun. Sometimes the […]

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