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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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Tag Archives: mall
It looks a bit like a delicious sherbet or sorbet, but it’s actually smelly gel/cream and is very popular here.
This bright and colorful Swatch shop is in the MegaMall of Jeddah.
No, it’s not nighttime – this photo was taken at about 1pm. It was my first time in this mall and the lighting was rather – er, dramatic? Anyway, the jewelry shop was lit up nicely and was quite attractive, … Continue reading
This is a really large floor vase that I saw in a window of a shop in a mall here in Jeddah. It is probably about 30 inches tall and just as wide. I thought the blue and green circles … Continue reading
Payless Shoes is another large chain store that is also located in Saudi Arabia.
This is a very typical example of many of the small shops here in Saudi Arabia. The shop space is oftentimes so small and crammed with merchandise that many shops cannot even be entered by browsing customers and you have … Continue reading
This is a large sign above a fancy dress shop here in Jeddah. Notice how the female models’ faces have been dealt with, and also notice the black color that has been applied to the arms, shoulders and bosom where … Continue reading
This is a very fitting design for a fountain at the main entrance to the Red Sea Mall here in Jeddah. The large varying sizes of waves are made of a highly reflective metallic surface, and the waves are decorated … Continue reading
Many Saudi businesses present a very hi-tech ultra modern image. I think this one does it quite successfully. By the way, this shot was taken at about 3pm, when most businesses everywhere else in the world are open. However here … Continue reading