At the heart of the complex lies Souk Madinat Jumeirah, a maze-like bazaar with shops lining wood-framed walkways. Although the ambience is too contrived to feel like an authentic Arabian market, the quality of some of the crafts, art and souvenirs is actually quite high. If you’re in need of a bit of Western culture, see what’s playing at the Madinat Theatre.
Here is an image I shot back in 2010 of Burj al Arab and decided to reprocess it. Going back to my origins by creating such surrealistic images. Unfortunately, I took this image in JPEG but am glad I managed to make the best of it. I was fortunate to be present there at a time when a storm was rolling over which is pretty rare in Dubai. Even this view is hard to find as they have construction going on now. Talk about being lucky. 🙂
I hope you all enjoy this image too and feel free to share it as well! Love you all!
Its a Reprocessed image….taken Few months Back….Its taken From 91th Floor of Princess tower…Thanks to a friend Zohaib Anjum Photography for the Access…It was a great Day to shoot as The sky had all the Drama…..As I m Reprocessing all my Images just to see how much i have learned over 6 months and how Good is my New Blending technics