The Glory of Egypt

Screen Shot 2019-02-09 at 1.31.32 AM
43224587_296849910912869_3914352705887272960_n
Djoser’s Step Pyramid in Saqqara (Giza, Egypt)
43207464_1119586804867705_7975531269675024384_n
The backside – attempts to reconstruct destruction due to earthquakes (Giza, Egypt)
43230478_2040280826037164_8962607358085693440_n
Stories of life in old Egypt (Giza, Egypt)
43096709_2223708047866033_4790792859114536960_n
The camels near the Giza Pyramid complex are usually given world-familiar famous names. One of them was Charlie Brown (Giza, Egypt)
43150989_1104565836386065_7255248624022454272_n
The car-park for camels (Giza Pyramid Complex, Giza)
43037214_271146023732412_3294803523115417600_n
Another name for one of the camels I was given was Mickey Mouse (Giza, Egypt)
29196733_10156180201936112_5367470939740790120_n
Smoke and Haze (Al-Azhar Park, Cairo)
21768077_10155717583301112_2896397303742090465_n
The Man, The Myth, The Legend (The Great Sphinx of Giza, Cairo)
29178784_10156180201506112_2863207586283603697_n
History Be Told (Tahrir Square, Cairo)
21740144_10155677082466112_8967519375692204041_n
On the wall of the American University in Cairo (old campus), a skull (representing the military) with beret scraped out (predictably by current authority), and eyeballs underneath to represent the many eyes lost in the revolution.