True, it’s Sunday. But I took the photo on Saturday, which must count for something.
When people visit Abu Dhabi, mostly they see big shiny buildings, and big shiny malls, and big shiny hotels. It’s the land of big shiny things, except when you’re in the desert, and then it’s the land of vast and shining sand (and the sand really does shine, sometimes blindingly).
On Saadiyat Beach, when you walk away from the hotels, however, you leave the big shiny behind: rocks pile up, probably raked away from the tourist beaches; the cranes swing above the site of what will eventually be the Louvre; and debris from who knows where comes to rest.
No, that’s not my
soccerball football, or my flipflop, and yes that’s a water-logged pineapple down there in the corner.
Such an interesting perspective in this photo.
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