About This Blog, and About Me: Susie of Arabia
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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Tag Archives: beach
I’m featuring two art pieces from Jeddah’s Corniche area which runs along its coastline of the Red Sea. These sculptures are made of open framework steel pieces and are the creation of Egyptian artist Mustafa Senbel. The beautiful image aboe … Continue reading
This another of Jeddah’s many sculptures that I’m sorry I don’t have any particular information about. I think it might be one of several marble sculptures that were created by a group of Belgian artists, but I’m not sure. The … Continue reading
It’s always hard choosing a favorite photo, especially now with digital affording us so many more possibilities to choose from. My pick for my favorite photo that I took in 2010 was this one – a very simple shot taken … Continue reading
A few days ago I was part of a volunteer Anti-Litter Clean-Up Campaign of a beach here in Jeddah which was organized by a wonderful group of concerned young people called the Young Initiative Group (YIG). YIG has undertaken many … Continue reading
I just love this picture of a man sitting under an umbrella and gazing out at the tranquility of the Red Sea. He wears the traditional clothing that most men here in Saudi Arabia wear. However, if this were a … Continue reading
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It’s nice seeing families out enjoying the fresh air on the seaside. Typically they will spread out a big carpet and bring a picnic lunch. Men and kids can wear what they want, but women are always covered up in … Continue reading