Mountain road – when I drive this route it’s mostly work related: well someone has got to do it 😎
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12 thoughts on “Mountain road.”
The art of photography encapsulated…….
Very kind – it is a trip I always like making & get paid as well !!!! 🙂
What sort of work do you do that you get to experience such magnificence? Almost surreal…love it, David!
Ha…. Many thanks.
Electronics engineer: go on Google earth and search for Jebel Shams Oman. Look at the very top & you will probably figure it.
This is about 6500ft and for me, another 3500ft to go before my destination.
I have two of these sites on my visiting schedule, the other Jebel Harim in Musandam is about 7000ft and equally as pleasing on the eyes.
Love it! Lucky you, David.
Better than working in a big office block all day….. which is where I am forced to spend some of my time these days.
That’s the kind of work I would love! What a great scene!
I must admit that it’s not an arduous task, although driving in bad weather as I did the other day, can be fraught with danger. Especially when tourists with no off road experience are on the loose; for some reason they get a little concerned with the odd large drop on one side of the track! Hugging the middle, which is ok until one of them comes round the bend in the middle of the road……..!!!
Hay-ho can’t have everything 🙂
absolutely beautiful ….
Thank you – yes it’s a lovely area.