Something I seem to have kept from my childhood, I'm fond of Sandboxes. In this case the one and only supersizes Sandbox Rub Al Khali, or as we were told in Geography lessons "The Empty Quarter". Man, they should have told me this place is soooo awesome and I would sure have kept more of the lessons...
Imagine, today I spend quite frequently a day, two, three roaming around in Rub Al Khali with the brand new Phase One 645DF+ iQ280 generating 80 megapixel small images or multiples wrapped up in a nice panorama. Some of the photography here was still taken with the iQ180. The fact that Adobe doesn't support yet the iQ280 RAW files doesn't make the workflow easier. Seems we're using C1P more in the future.
Rub' Al Khali also known as "The Empty Quarter" is the largest sand desert in the world. This largest of all "Sandboxes" stretches over much of the southern third of the Arabian Peninsula, including Saudi Arabia, parts of Oman, the United Arab Emirates and Yemen.
650,000 square kilom ...
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Since quite a while I was looking for my favourite Dubai skyline location. Tried the one or other eg the Triangulation spot of Daniel Cheong but finally found one still hard to be found.
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