These pictures, taken from my bedroom balcony, show the unusual sight of a sunset and a moonrise in the same frame, a phenomenon, I am told, impossible to photograph.
Of course, while the moon is visible in one of the pictures, the sunset is in he reflection of the glass facade of a building next to one under construction.
Did I take a once in a lifetime shot? Maybe, I did!
This is my first-ever time-lapse video. I had no intention of filming this but decided to go ahead when I saw my daughter taking one on her mobile phone. If she could do so on that small device, I surely could do so on the Nikon D600. And since I always have a tripod in the car, I gave it a go.
I thought the result is quite amazing. And the fact the video is of one of my favourite locations on the Muharraq coast, it’s even more satisfying!
A crisp winter evening, clear skies and hardly anyone on this rather artistic wooden walking bridge over the Arad Bay in Bahrain makes for an interesting ‘capture.’
Hundreds of people would normally be here every evening but the 13 degrees ‘chill’ is perhaps keeping most away. That’s, of course, ‘cold’ by Bahrain standards!