“Your first 10,000 photographs are your worst.” – Henri Cartier-Bresson
Two unique countries: the United Arab Emirates and Oman. In the United Arab Emirates, discover Dubai and its avant-garde architecture; in Abu Dhabi, fall in love with the beauty of the Sheikh Zayed Grand Mosque. In Oman they say that every day that Allah sends to earth the sun on Oman rises from the undulating horizon of Ras al Jinz and in a few hours it inflames like straw to set the Arabian peninsula on fire, to the point of mitigating its ardor in the latitudes of old Europe. We are close to the easternmost point of the Arabian peninsula. Between deserts, sea, oases, ancient ports, the Sultanate of Oman almost seems to challenge time by crouching on the edges of the Persian Gulf, the sea of Oman and the Arabian Sea, hoping that few will notice how beautiful, fascinating, sometimes inscrutable.