In my travels, it’s not the landscapes but the faces that linger in my memory – brief glances, sincere smiles, and captivating looks frozen in a click. Each face tells a story; sometimes, I am fortunate enough to share them here, and other times, they remain a private conversation between two strangers. Even if our paths never cross again, I take their faces onto my next travels.
My photos of the Omani people are primarily from the Muscat Festival. A festival is held in January / February each year to celebrate Oman’s heritage, culture, and beauty. It celebrates and promotes the authentic Arab traditions, dress, food, music, and life of the Omani People. I highly recommend it.
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These are the faces of Omani People, for me.
Girl at Muscat Festival
Drummer at Muscat Festival
Two old men in Misfat
Boy at corniche in Al Seeb
Tobacco seller at souk in Al Seeb
Incense seller at souk in Muscat
Beggar near souk in Muscat