A pilot roars through the sky in Muscat, Oman!
I learned through experience that if you don’t pay attention to the level of coolant in your car, your car will eventually go bone dry and start smoking! 😦 Car Maintenance 101
Talented Omani chefs from OTC (Oman Tourism College) show that through skill and patience, you can turn the ordinary into the extraordinary. (Photos taken at Oman Food Festival 2012)
Time to switch gear from the more vague entries of “through” to what naturally comes to mind when we hear the word “through”-doorways, arches and entrances!
Oman is not lacking in gorgeous doors to go through. This beauty is in an old building they’re renovating just across from the Muttrah Fish Souq. I wonder if it’s going to be a museum. Anyone know?
I try to go through this door every few months. It’s the entrance of Bait Al Baranda Museum in Muttrah, Oman and they have fascinating exhibitions that come through here every now and then.
People walking through the main entrance to Muttrah Souq, a major tourist attraction in Muscat, Oman.
This last pic is of the train at Al Hoota Cave in the interior of Oman as it comes through the artificial cave they made by blasting through the mountain to reach the 5 km natural cave, which is one of the largest caves in Oman.
That’s it. Hope you enjoyed this week’s random walk through this week’s WordPress photo challenge! 🙂