The weather has been fantastic over the past few days. I’ve been a little too busy to step out and use this time of year to its full. Yesterday, I was in the city and I had my small camera with me. I took the coastal route to Shuwaikh – and stopped at one of my favourite photo locations: Shuwaikh Beach. It offers a wonderful vantage point, and the algae lines provide an interesting lead into the scene.
Not a bad result, really, for a small camera… Have a look at the larger version. The Canon G11 must be the best point-and-shoot out there.
We’re having the best weather imaginable. Earlier today, I was doing some gardening and changed some of the burnt bulbs outside. I couldn’t believe how much sand dust came out of the lights!
I took the above photograph, of the Al Kout Mall, around this time last year. It was just after a major sand storm and the fountain was being cleaned. They started off brushing the sand under water. Have a look at the larger version. It takes a lot of work to keep Kuwait looking good!
I hope this beautiful weather lasts a while.
The weather must be the most talked about subject in polite conversation and small talk, but what we’ve had for the past few days should be headline news… worldwide.
From the dusty unbearably hot days, to the ridiculously humid, we are now experiencing what in my book is perfect weather. Bright days and pleasant evenings – what more do we want? This beautiful blue sky was captured yesterday.
Last night was 24°c and I had to wear a long-sleeved top! My Danish and English friends will probably want to kill me when they see me next.
Heavy rain expected tomorrow.