Photo-essays of my journeys and experiences in Egypt, Mother of the World. Taken with I-Phone 7, i-Phone 11 or 35mm 200 ISO film camera.
Click on the title of each to see the photo essays.
From the heart of Islamic Cairo.
All the colours of the world in the Southern dip of Sinai, Nuweibaa, and in Ras Sudr, Sinai.
How millions of underprivileged Egyptians spend their everyday lives.
A photo story of the alleys of Mokattam and the generational families that live there.
These boys had come all the way to where out hot air balloon had just landed, just to catch a glimpse of some strange looking people.
Simply Luxor’s soothing array of colours.
Cairo, the City of a Thousand Minarets.
Just like Jonathan Swift’s “Gulliver Travels”, the things a traveler sees on his or her way may seem peculiar.
A Bedouin town consisting of only huts about five meters from the shoreline, and the city Dahab (meaning “Gold”) in Sinai, the place where Moses received the Ten Commandments.
In Ain Hurghada, Sokhna, by the beautiful Red Sea.
The former capital of Egypt and the former hub of the Middle East, founded by Alexander the Great, and one of the major trading centers of the world.
Located on the West Bank of the Suez Canal, it has a population of just over 300,000 people. It holds historical significance as it is where the Battle of Ismailia took place in the 1973 Yom Kippur war between Israel and Egypt. It is also where MB was founded.
Puzzle pieces that together comprise of the gem that is Cairo.
The capital of Upper Egypt during the New Kingdom, the City of Amun, often thought of to hold a third of the World’s Monuments, Luxor is almost inconceivably rich in its history.
Pictures of some of the ancient sites and temples of Luxor, Egypt.