Keeping the Bahrain date

Flocks of flamingos have descended on Bahrain  to keep their annual date with the “warm” winter in this part of the world. The Al Areen Wildlife Park and Reserve is these migratory birds’ favourite haunt. A trip there during these months is a very pleasant experience. There are also thousands of seagulls, cranes, pelicans and…

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Park Royale

The sun sets over Bahrain’s Arad Bay with scores of walking enthusiasts going about their daily business even as the severe summer heat has eased over the last few days. A sunset in Bahrain always presents a most beautiful sight and comes up with something unique each time it is photographed.

It’s been framed

The Shaikh Isa bin Salman Causeway and part of the Bahrain Bay development seen framed through a park bench structure on the Muharraq coast. A fishing boat, the high tide and the orange glow of the sunset complete the picture.


‘I just want to say, I love you’

This duo, spotted at the Muharraq Municipal Park this evening, were taking pictures of each other, possibly to send back to loved ones in their home country. The men, who looked like workers from Bangladesh, were happily posing, making sure the right background of the Manama skyline and the high tide are captured. Interesting to…


The Untyring

This grizzly cub was seen playing to the galleries at the Al Aren Wildlfe Park and Reserve. Easily the star attraction, this playful creäture was the cynosure of all eyes during the weekend holiday rush at the reserve.


Lover Boy!

Saw this interesting scene at the Al Areen Wildlife Park, Bahrain, where, apparently, a male duck was aggressively “claiming” his companion from competition! He was successful after a very brief struggle and the couple happily sailed away!

Bloom Time

A visit to the Princess Sabeeka Park in Bahrain’s Awali township can always throw up some interesting sights as these four pictures, signifying the end of the summer and arrival of winter. There are still some remnants of dried leaves and shrubs while the ants are busy stocking up for what could be a cold…