The summer is upon us in Bahrain. And the folks of migratory birds that flock to this tiny island throughout the winter are on their way out – or are they? These few seagulls and a solitary (what looks like) stork were all that were visible on the Arad coast, which is normally “infested” with…
This picture, courtesy my daughter, Asveen, says it all. A couple of stray dogs find warmth in a pile of freshly-fallen dried leaves. Goes to show animals will figure out a way to be comfortable, even in the harshest of circumstances. Nature’s ways are unique – and practical!
A Bahrain sunset is always special. And, if it’s winter, even more so! This evening wasn’t any different. Even it meant parking on the emergency lane of a high-speed highway and clicking away, it was worth the while. The cloud formation, the buildings and the sun about to set made for a phenomenal sight!
The Central Manama Souq was deserted this evening. Perhaps it were the windy and cold weather or, perhaps, it was just the early evening, when there is not much activity in these parts.
It was a very windy day in Bahrain. This picture was taken in Central Manama. A row of fluttering Bahrain flags is reflected on the glass facade of the building opposite!