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 The giant bicycle at the dawara or roundabout in the center of Siteen Street and Rawdah Street in Jeddah. Taken January 7, 2010.

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Mosadia 1

Mosadia 2

Mosadia 3

These are photos from Mosadia. 1. “The Arch Gate” , one of the arch entrances in Mosadia souk. 2. “The Obelisk” , this is the major land mark in Mosadia right in front of Al Baik restaurant. This photo was taken from inside the restaurant 3. “Al Baik Restaurant” , just one of the many branches of this restaurant which is the primary crowd drawer of Mosadia because of it’s delicious broasted chicken. Jeddah,Saudi Arabia. August 7, 2009.

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School Boys Escaping Through Iron Fence

Boy On A Biycle Watching Football

Beggars

These photos were taken around a school in the Faisaliah District. 1. ” Stone Sculpture In A Small Roundabout” , a  sculpture of a pouch in a small roundabout in the intersection of a road. 2. “Escape”, I accidentally saw these boys squeezing themselves through this iron fence yesterday while driving. 3. “Boy On A Bike” , a boy sitting on a bike and watching football from outside the iron fence while drinking a beverage. 4. “A Lady Beggar with her child” , a lady beggar with a child along the side of the  road, saying  thank you.  Al Imam Abdulaziz Street, Faisaliah District, Jeddah (Saudi Arabia). August 4, 2009. 

Giant Geometric Tool Set

A roundabout  in the middle of the street with a giant geometric tool set.. It is called Dawara Handasa (in arabic).  Rabwah District, Jeddah. August 1, 2009.

Corniche Series 8

“Woman”

 

 Corniche Series 7

“Whatever”

Corniche Series 9 

“Flower”

These are just few of the many sculptures you will find at the corniche in Al Hamra Dist. in Jeddah (Saudi Arabia). July 9, 2009.
 
 
+ The names of the sculptures “Woman” , “Whatever” and “Flower” came from my own personal understanding of the sculptures and are not their official names. *Corniche Series.


1. “Fuente de Girasoles” (Sunflower Fountain – official name) and 2. “Tallos de Trigo” (Stalks of Wheat – official name) are their official names, taken along Corniche Road, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia. April 4, 2009.
[ 1] “El Camello” & [2] “El Simbolo de la Industria del Petroleo”. Yanbu, Saudi Arabia. November 25, 2008. Know more about this trip, Click HERE.

*Black and White Series

This is a huge obelisk-like monument, standing tall in a moat along the Corniche of Jeddah, in Saudi Arabia. Eye Catching! August 31,2008.

*Black and White Series

I called this the “Sculptures of Five Arabian Horses” (i don’t know the real name of this beautiful Sculptures), located at the Jeddah North Gate or Bab Jeddah . You’ll see this Sculptures if you’re coming from the Jeddah International Airport to City Center, along Madinah Munawarah road. This is part of my Black and White Series. August 20, 2008.