Muttrah Corniche – Last Today. David A Lockwood Black & White. 24/10/2014 Muttrah Corniche. Like this:Like Loading... Related TaggedHistory of OmanMuttrah Cornichemuttrah harbour Published by David A Lockwood Amateur photographer with an interest in Prehistory (Rock Art). View all posts by David A Lockwood Published 24/10/2014
9 thoughts on “Muttrah Corniche – Last Today.”
This was one of my first views of Muscat, the morning after I arrived for a year’s stay in June 1995. A magical district, superb city in a wonderful country. Warm memories.
Pleased I gave you some good memories of your stay – you would see a lot of changes in some areas since 95.
But overall it has maintained its charm and friendly atmosphere.
I “liked” everyone in your series. What an interesting place.
Much appreciated: one of those places that is on my door-step but only gets a visit once in a while. Should see it at night time – cannot move for people.
Must grit my teeth and go with the camera……..
An exotic location to live.
Just as I remember Muttrah. Have a fantastic weekend David.
Thank you and yes they are surprisingly resilient – two tropical cyclones have been through since I’ve been here and they are still there….. the houses that is 🙂
Although looking at today’s weather forecast for the coming week – humm it maybe a case of batten down the hatches! and I should be visiting Masirah (I think not !!! ) if the expected tropical storm develops as predicted.
I’ve quietly admired and coveted those ornate balconies for years. Seeing them here is making me smile – thinking of the sights, sounds, smells of the souk, sunshiny days and family… X
Ha, that’s good to hear – get your mind away from work 🙂