From the Qatari Chronicles series

Doha III

November, 2014


Over the course of the last month of my 2-month-long residency in Qatar, swamped with work that I was, I didn’t really have a chance to do much photography anymore. Apart from the other two carefully planned albums—Abdul Wahhab Mosque and Qatari Museum of Islamic Art—I have gathered only a loose collection of impressions from various places, not really following a theme. Following the other two previously published albums—one, two—here is the very last one of that series of photos taken in Qatar sometime in fall 2014.


  • West Bay as viewed from the Dhow Harbour, Doha, Qatar

  • A transporter car parked in Dhow Harbour, Doha, Qatar

  • Grilles of the MIA library, Doha, Qatar

  • Collections of the MIA library, Doha, Qatar

  • West Bay as viewed from the Dhow Harbour, Doha, Qatar

  • Street life in Souk Waqif, Doha, Qatar

  • Police patrolling the streets in Souk Waqif, Doha, Qatar

  • Falcon in one of the falcon shops in Souk Waqif, Doha, Qatar

  • Falcon in one of the falcon shops in Souk Waqif, Doha, Qatar

  • Approving the ridiculously low petrol prices (€0.20 a litre)

  • Car marks on an empty highway being a testimony of some crazy car rides, Qatar

  • Entering the desert and military area, Qatar

  • Qatari desert camps in Zekreet, Qatar

  • Stopping for a stroll around the Qatari deserts in Zekreet, Qatar

  • Driving around the rocky formations of Zekreet, Qatar


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