All posts tagged “Manama Souq

Photo of an alley in a market in Bahrain with a silhoutted woman.

Alleys to get lost down

Another one from Manama souq in Bahrain. Probably one of the last photos I took of the souq before moving to the US. And probably one of my most visited parts of souq. For those last couple of weeks in Bahrain at least. You see, […]

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Photo of the back of two people surrounded by hanging Moroccan lights.

Surrounded

Sometimes, I’m in the right place at the right time. To be honest, that’s how most of my photography actually goes. Rarely do I plan to go out specifically for photography. Which I need to change—when summer’s over. These two people were totally mesmerised by […]

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Hello there, from Manama souq

Photo 10/52 | Hello there

Waiting in a tiny tailor’s shop in Manama souq. The guy cleaning in the sandwich shop across the way couldn’t help but stare. It’s common for folks to simply stare, in Bahrain. All you can do is look back, smile, pick up your camera, and […]

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Out in Bahrain: Manama Souq

Out in Bahrain: Manama Souq

According to Wikipedia a souq is defined as… A souq or souk is an open-air marketplace or commercial quarter in Middle Eastern and North African cities. The equivalent Persian term is “bazaar”. I guess you could the Manama Souq is kind of like that. A […]

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