Photographer's Note

Wahiba Sands lies in the eastern region of Oman. The sands stretch from north to south 180 kilometres, east to west 80 kilometres, with high dunes, extensive woodlands and an unspoiled coastline. Some of the sand dunes are 100 meters in height. Total land area is approximately 12,000 square kilometres with about 3,000 Bedu of varying tribal origins including Janabah, Mawalik, Hikman, Amr and Wahiba.

I was walking around Wahiba Sand dunes sea, starting to think how many more different desert photos I can take, having recently been in 4 different deserts across Arabia. To my surprise in a minute after this thought, strong wind started to blow, creating fantastic new opportunities.

PENTAX Corporation PENTAX K20D, f/9.5, 0.006 sec (1/180), ISO 100, 130 mm

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Additional Photos by Lucie CzNLUkKw (lucinka) Gold Star Critiquer/Gold Star Workshop Editor/Gold Note Writer [C: 368 W: 135 N: 1821] (9976)
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