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I spent almost three hours photographing Kuwait City from Al Hamra Tower yesterday. This magnificent building took me to the highest point in Kuwait on the 74th floor – which I’m told is about 400m high.  I will go through the 300 photos I took with my Nikon over the next few days, and will post the full story with better quality images.  For now, please enjoy this time lapse attempt.  I used a Canon G11 and held it in place, on the scaffolding, using a Gorilla Pod.  The intervals were not regular and I know I missed some of the interesting bits, but I hope it gives you an idea of the elevation and views.  More images soon…

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A few years ago, my wife told me how fascinating she found other people’s homes to be. She told me how she would ‘always have a quick peek’ as she walked past the houses, looking for a snapshot of the dwellwers’ lives.  Anyone who likes photography will understand the concept of ‘always looking’… and ever since my wife shared this with me, I can think of nothing else  as I drive/walk by an open curtain.  Awful – isn’t it?

I returned from a business trip earlier this evening, and I saw our Christmas tree from outside as I pulled my car onto the drive.  Our living room is on the first floor, so I took this shot from the balcony.

Merry Christmas