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From 30,000 feet, a dust storm is rather beautiful.  That’s what we should do in fact: we should build stations high up where the weather is both cooler and dust-free. Just look at that blue sky!

Even dust seems to produce beauty:  I love the view above – taken from our cruising altitude.  Dubai wasn’t anywhere near as dusty as Kuwait – but it was a ‘yellow’ journey from start to finish.  Below are a few shots from the trip, starting with the airport, Dubai, the ‘World’ and Kuwait.  

As we were landing, the wind made the captain pay a little more attention.  It was so dusty, visibility was poor. The ugly shacks you see below are Shuwaikh Industrial area and Rai.  From this position, I usually get a wonderful view of Downtown – with Kuwait Towers in the very far distance.  Have a look at the larger version, you may just be able to make out some of the taller buildings.




    • maitham
    • Posted 17 June 2009 at 11:35 pm
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    the expression “”ghost-town”” fits the last photo perfectly 😛 LOL

    • Posted 17 June 2009 at 11:50 pm
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    Great shots as usual!

    Beautiful view from the top..

  1. Beautiful photos!

  2. I always do love nice wing shots!!


    • Only if the windows have been cleaned 🙂

  3. Nice dust & shots 😉

  4. what a wonderful shot
    you have to teach me how to take amazing shots 😉

    • casttro
    • Posted 22 June 2009 at 9:29 pm
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    great shots 7mdelah 3asalama

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