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Egypt is the Mother of the World

February 2, 2019
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Guard House, Sakara, Egypt, 2019

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Cafe Window, Village of Ferry. 2019

Vivian and I recently returned from a trip to Egypt. The results of our two consecutive January visits will be on display in Springfield, Massachusetts, USA beginning on Tuesday Feb. 4th. The photo show, Egypt is the Mother of the World, will have an opening reception at the Valley Photo Center on Sunday, Feb. 10th.

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Edfu, 2019

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Giza, 2019

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Bag of Silver, Khan il-Khalili, 2019

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Bucket of Jewelry, Khan il-Khalili, 2019

Those are Vivian’s hands trying on rings and things in the jewelry market.

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Antique/ Jewelry Shop, Aswan, 2018

We brought back pictures from 2018 for the owner of this shop in Aswan.

Egyptians really appreciate getting their pictures. We returned with photos for the farmers and workers loading sugar cane onto their Nile barge. I had photographed them almost the same week last January. The camel (below) was not a big fan of me getting so close.

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Loading Cane, Nile, 2019

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Gifts of Photos, Nile Village, 2019

You can see Vivian in the picture on the left. She had to put her straw hat on to show that it was her.

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Cafe, Ferry Village, 2019

These guys got a good laugh looking at their pictures from last year.

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Prayer Carpet and Mural in a Cafe in Cairo, 2018

We did not get a chance to find this wonderful outdoor cafe again. It is the only photo of this group that is exhibited in the upcoming VPC show.

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Pyramid, Sakara, 2019

If you want to see more Egyptography from 2018 and 2019, please try to visit:

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Scroll down past the Drunken Bicycle post to see 2 more Egypt posts from last year. Thanks for looking.

 

2 Comments leave one →
  1. February 4, 2019 12:29 pm

    Great pics

    Sent from my iPhone

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  2. February 6, 2019 6:34 am

    Sorry to miss the show! These pictures look great. I recognize that quality of light on the camels and the men with the photos from my time in southeastern Turkey, even though its more than a thousand km away…its this uncompromising desert light.

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