I observed thisĀ  man in Bahrain’s Muharraq Suq. Though it did not count for much when I clicked, the chains on the bench are ominous. Sadly, this signifies life for countless thousands in this part of the world – people who leave their homes and families in search of a good life but end up…

Photo of the Day

Beautiful lines. If only all of us would follow this, the world would be a better place to live in!

Tea Time Tales

Traders, workers and shoppers take a break from their schedule over cups of tea, Arabic coffee and gossip in Bahrain’s bustling Central Market. The country’s only facility where fruits and vegetables from all over the region and beyond first arrive is a must-visit for anyone looking for the freshest-possible produce at affordable cost.

Centre Piece

One of my favourite pictures of the Bahrain World Trade Centre, taken a little more than a year ago. Before the twin towers, as well as the not do far away Bahrain Financial Harbour buildings came up, there was no real landmark in the country visible from anywhere. Though no one ever gets lost on…