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Sohar Fort Musuem

This was the first stop on the touristy places that my folks brought me during my stay in Oman over the holidays. It is situated about a 10-minute drive from the city center and a couple hundred meters from the shoreline, or they what the call corniche. I was a bit disappointed when we read the poster on the door that it was closed for renovations. I would just have to settle shooting its perimeter.

This was the first stop on the touristy places that my folks brought me during my stay in Oman over the holidays. It is situated about a 10-minute drive from the city center and a couple hundred meters from the shoreline, or they what the call corniche. I was a bit disappointed when we read the poster on the door that it was closed for renovations. I would just have to settle shooting its perimeter.

A couple of weeks after, we dropped by again. We were not successful for it is still off-limits. As we were about to leave, I noticed a handful of tourists on one side of the fort, so I followed them and was amazed that there was a garden beside it, not to mention a good view of a nearby mosque. Well, their tour guide decided to just describe what was inside and I can’t help but eavesdrop.

I guess it was not meant to be. I’m officially intrigued by it, this would be a reason for me to go back, aside from seeing family, of course.

written by mvsunit

2 comments

  1. eyecon

    eyecon

    # 1 would be a great background for a double exposure...

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  2. stouf

    stouf

    Cool shots ! And it's funny, in shot 7, the palm-tree looks like an angel opening his wings...

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