Tuesday, May 3, 2016

Our World: Domino's in Arabic


We even have Domino's Pizza here in Jeddah!




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Monday, May 2, 2016

Sunday, May 1, 2016

Theme Day: Smell - Basil on the Street


It was a pleasant surprise to stumble across this healthy fragrant bush of basil growing outside a building in Jeddah.  Someone must obviously be tending to it otherwise it would die from lack of water wince it rarely rains here.

Today is the first of the month, which means it's theme day for City Daily Photo bloggers.  City Daily Photo is an online community of photo bloggers from around the world,  sharing the wonders of their area of the world pictorially with others.  Each month there is a different theme.  This month's theme is "Smell."

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Saturday, April 30, 2016

Jeddah: More Abandoned Cars


One of my pet peeves of Jeddah is the lack of concern of all members of the community in making the city a better place for all.  And one of the biggest problems is the garbage, junk and piles of rubble everywhere that no one seems to take responsibility for.


There are hundreds - no thousands - of disabled, wrecked, and abandoned vehicles all over the streets of Jeddah.  These cars are not only an eyesore, but they often take up valuable parking spaces in a city with far too few parking spaces to start with.  



Friday, April 29, 2016

SkyWatch: Royal Treatment


It's very common to see huge photos of the king and other important members of the royal family plastered all over buildings and billboards here in the kingdom.



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Thursday, April 28, 2016

Left Over Decorations


The red and blue banner hanging from the business sign is left over from a past Ramadan when this type of festive decoration is commonly seen around the city.  I would say it's similar to the patriotic red, white and blue pennants or swag banners that are hung around the 4th of July in the USA.  

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

Arabic Calligraphy Jewelry


Arabic script is often incorporated into designs here, through artwork or jewelry.  These pendants caught my eye for their intricate details and appealing style.