life through the lens
From Doha I flew to Dubai and took a taxi straight to Oman, in November 2004.
The Omani Rial
Al-Khandaq Fort in Buraimi, on the UAE/Omani border
Al-Hilla Fort, Buraimi
Mutrah corniche and the Gulf of Oman in the picturesque capital of Muscat
View of Mutrah from Al-Riyam Park, Muscat
Sunset from Al-Riyam Park, Muscat
16th century Al-Mirani Fort, Muscat
Al-Mirani Fort overlooks the entrance to Muscat's harbour
There's a lovely beach at the Oman Dive Centre, on the outskirts of Muscat
Oman Dive Centre's beach and the Gulf of Oman, Muscat
Oman Dive Centre, Muscat
Jissah beach is one bay closer to Muscat from the Oman Dive Centre
Definitely worth a visit is Nakhal Fort in the town of Nakhal
17th century Nakhal Fort
Nakhal Fort and the Batinah plain below
Fantastic views of the Hajar Mountains from Nakhal Fort
Date palms lead to the Hajar Mountains, Nakhal
Nakhal Fort affords beautiful views of the surrounding countryside
On the way from the fort to the hot springs in Nakhal
Another 5 minute walk to the Ath-Thowra hot springs, Nakhal..
Water channels run alongside the roads of Nakhal
The Ath-Thowra hot springs, Nakhal
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