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Jeddah, Saudi Arabia, is KSA's 2nd largest city and is located on its west coast, right on the Red Sea. I moved here in 2007 with my Saudi hubby. This journal reflects the things that I see here, life through my eyes, my lens.
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Yesterday’s post was a challenge to find the baboons in the photo hiding in plain sight in their natural habitat. Here is the same photo with red dots near each baboon. There are 10. I usually only post one photo … Continue reading
Everyone always associates camels with Saudi Arabia, but many people don’t realize that baboons are also native to this desert kingdom. The Hamadryas baboons inhabit the rocky mountainous regions of KSA. Like many animals in their natural environment, these baboons … Continue reading
Surrounded by three of his many wives, this silvery colored male baboon appears to really enjoy his position in life! If you look closely, you can see that each of the wives has a baby baboon clinging to her bosom. … Continue reading
Not your typical family portrait, but a family none-the-less… The large silver male on the right shows off perhaps not his best looking side which allows him to carry comfortably padded bright pink built-in seating with him wherever he goes. … Continue reading
I’ve posted several photos of native baboons recently – I hoped you’re not getting bored with them! I got so many great shots on our trip to Taif, where baboons live in the mountains. The females, like many animal species, … Continue reading
This magnificent creature is the dominant male of a large family of baboons living in the mountains of Taif, Saudi Arabia. The baboon population in this farming area has increased steadily over the years, largely due to a plentiful food … Continue reading