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Street decorations for the national holidays evoke joy and bring delight. Kuwait City’s Al-Mubarakiya area is bedecked with Kuwaiti flags, ornaments, decorative lighting and national songs. Scores of local and regional visitors come to Souq Al-Mubarakiya every week, gathering with friends and family in a simple traditional atmosphere. Some older Kuwaiti women wear the abaya and veil to cover their faces, even if they don’t usually wear it elsewhere, in stark contrast to the younger generation. One of them told me that she doesn’t want to be recognized in Mubarakiya! But only a few meters away, you see young hijabi women riding their bicycles through the crowd. The Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) has decorated the streets of Souq Mubarakiya as it has done for many years in Ahmadi, another place ...
February 25-27, 2015
Place: The Avenues, Kuwait Towers, Souk Al-Mubarakiya, Al Kout Beach, Al Shaheed Park, 360 Mall, Marina Mall, Alhamra Tower, Miral Complex Instagram: @mazinparks SnapChat: @mazinparks Shot with iPhone 7+/6s , Nikon 5200 35mm f/1.8G Music: Alan Walker - Alone (Instrumental Remix)
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Pine City's Troop B, 1st Squadron, 94th Cavalry of the Minnesota National Guard sing their greetings to friends and family from their deployment at Camp Buehring in Kuwait. The unit just completed their last mission of the war in Iraq, serving as armed security for convoys traveling to Baghdad and beyond. For much more on the unit's last mission, visit the Pine City Pioneer at www.pinecitymn.com
i went to the beach to see the sun rise so i grab my cam and recorded these wonderful views.