Ahlan wa Sahlan or welcome to my blog, today I would like to show you a few photos from the last photowalk we took with the Analogue photography group through the streets of Satwa on a lovely Friday morning, despite all the corona precautions. We met by a beautiful mosque called “The Big Mosque”, which was unfortunately closed at the moment due to the precautions … Continue reading Satwa Photowalk – In Search for Cats.
Riyadh The city of dust in sepia colours the same as the past – Will all of this last or gets rebuild and khalas? Wade Evans road dividers build nets like a spider and drive you around though traffic lock down, with cars full of scratches your journey here stretches into hours of wait, you’ll be just a little bit late, but nobody minds it, … Continue reading Middle Eastern Time Zone, on Riyadh
So the day has come, the doors of the gallery exhibiting my work are open, and for the first time I got to stand beside my photos and hear what people actually got to say about it. I must say, it is a very different feeling than reading Instagram comments. It is not the first time that my work is being exhibited, but it is … Continue reading Art Is Not What You See, But What You Make Others See.
Clouds are running wrapping Around Burj Khalifa today, Minutes away from the rain, Making reflections again With the million of lights, Seize the night, And let’s go for a ride, Wait for the green light Getting close to perfection, Catch the right intersection And let go of your fears, Change that gear, Now it’s you and the road – Happiness mode, Heart about to explode, … Continue reading No excuses.
2019 is a year of Tolerance in the UAE. It is a wonderful initiative started by our government in order to bring us closer together, in the end we are more than 200 nationalities living in this country. Today I happened to pass by the Tolerance bridge, a beautiful construction that holds Dubai together because a few years back a new canal appeared within the … Continue reading Crossing the Bridge to Tolerance.
There are certain jobs that are traditionally male-dominated and photography is known to be one of those, but why is that? Is it because it is tough? Is it tiring? Does it require physical abilities that are more typical to be possessed by men? Do men have better creative thinking when it comes to building up a composition and do they understand the settings of … Continue reading On Being a Woman in Photography Business.
2018 was a tough year. It was scary, and scarring, but as well it has turned to be a life-changing year for me. Perhaps, it was the end of the cycle and something had to be let go of forever because in this universe it didn’t make sense any more. This was the first year I spent New Year in the country. We didn’t do … Continue reading 2018 in Retrospective.
Having just arrived to Da Nang, the city of golden bridges and few people speaking proper English, we decided to do something cultural. “Marble Mountain” – a some kind of a marble hill, overlooking the city, adjacent to the marble market where you can literally buy anything made out of marble. The place was fantastic, but the humidity was whipping hardcore that day. Just being … Continue reading Was it Worth a Sweat? Visiting the Marble Mountain and off to the Street Markets of Hoi An.
This year hasn’t been filled with travels yet, so we decided to change that and booked tickets to go to Vietnam for a week. There was no plan and no list of things to do, for the first time we decided to take it as it goes and just hopped on a plane with the whole country in mind but nothing in particular. Firstly, our … Continue reading Hustle and Bustle of Saigon, Vietnam.