Janec's posts from June 2007

I hadn't realized just how big the Palms development was. I wish I had a shot from an upright angle, you know, palm tree angle, but I didn't think to ask the…

“Today I met a man from Timbuktu, called Mr Smiler”, said Sharon and I kid you not. He's the accountant at our place of work, but none of us had met him before…

A friend shouted me a 4 seater cessna ride over the west coast of the UAE. It was FANTASTIC, though somewhat hot!

I went out to the desert this morning for a quick photo session (3 km away), photographs weren't great, but was almost home when I came across this little…

This place was so ‘in the middle of nowhere’, I felt sorry for the workers who weren't being paid much and probably didn't have anywhere to escape to on their…

Tanzania, walking around Lushoto and Mtae, small villages not to far away from Mt Kilamanjaro we came across the witch doctor. His wife declined to be…

We set out at 8am last Friday when the traffic is at its least worst, temperature 36 C and returned an hour and a half later, temperature 42 C. Sounds awful,…

I looked out the window this morning, saw half of this strange machine, wondered what it was, took some shots, it moved and all was revealed. The workers were…

Looking out my back windows. Lots of young boys congregate here to chat and smoke, laugh and joke. I don't think they're responsible for the grafitti, well one…

This was an 8 hour trek with a good bunch of people in the Emirate Natural History group. Some of the climb was like walking on broken plates, crunch crunch…
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