jux·ta·po·si·tion: is the act or placement of two things (usually abstract concepts) near each other. It’s a fancy name for Contrast. Here are my attempts with Juxtaposition composition
Yup there are more things to see at Zanzibar streets so watch out for more posts coming soon !
#BahrainBloggers were invited for a private tasting of Cafe Lilou new Friday menu “Le Grand Petit-Dejeuner” The new brunch menu will be available only on Fridays and will be served all day starting from Feb 15th Everything was simply delicious and a must try it is really worth every calorie. Here are the menu items in details […]
Roaming around the Souq with my camera I’m often asked are you lost or looking for something? No I’m not! Are you a tourist? I open my mouth and my Bahraini (more precisely Muharraqi) accent gives it away obviously I’m Bahraini. Are you a university student? Yes I’m (Though not mentioning graduating years back!) Aren’t we all […]
Kids amaze me by their ability to enjoy life without any constrains. This boy at the Shamba village in Zanzibar didn’t seem to have any worries at all!
A different view of Dubai skyline in Black & White
Working on a new audio slideshow for the Heya Beya celebrations. This boy is so cute I couldn’t resist sharing this photo!
Sharing the second and last set of photos taken at Zanzibar Forodhani gardens Food festival. You can view the first part here
Sharing this photo straight from the camera not a single thing was edited (I only added my signature for copyright). I even kept the lens dust spots! Stay tuned for the edited version soon :)
It’s my blog first year anniversary! Such a crazy but very fun year blogging, travelling and shooting among other stuff! I learned so much from blog design to CSS to a lot of things I still don’t understand but at least I tried ! I have to thank everyone for their support I couldn’t have done it […]
A quick review of one of the most popular Lebanese restaurants in Bahrain ‘Al Areesha’ located in Um Al Hasam. You just can’t go wrong with Al Areesha’s menu. The food is delicious specially the starters from the Grilled Hallomi to Shawarma Humus to Fatteh to the Arayyes and the very famous pomegranate sauce chicken liver (Sooda Djaj). […]
There is no better way to carry the baby and bond at the same time! This was taken in the shamba village, Zanzibar
I was lucky to visit Zanzibar during Eid Al Fitr occasion and live the festive atmosphere at the streets on Stone Town. The colorful dresses and henna tattoos were so beautiful and eye-catching.
Every night Forodhani Garden in Stone Town Zanzibar turns to a food festival. Street vendors grill and bake fresh dishes from variety of seafood goodies to Shawarma, Kababs to Pizza and lets not forget the fresh sugar cane juice . It is a very popular tourists and locals gathering spot perfectly located near the beach and in […]
I saw her when I was walking back to the hotel and I sat somewhere nearby.. She reminded me of my late grandmother I just had to take a photo of her.. © Rasha Yousif