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American Spectacles by Sadiq A. AlQatari

There are major urban areas across US vast land, not only small peaceful countrysides, romantic and quiet towns large, but also wild cities full of activities that amaze and attract amateurs as well as professional photographers.

As a traveler, Sadiq A. AlQatari has sailed across the US from east to west and from north to south and seen lots of sceneries, from high mountains, lakes, farmlands, and long coastlines. So, this project represents a small portion of shots taken during many trips across US lands.

Liberty Statue Freedom by Sadiq A. AlQatari

Chicago: The Great Commercial Tree City by Sadiq A. AlQatari

"Good architecture is like a good therapy session, a good marriage, a good poem – gently and almost invisibly allowing you to be you, as flawed and as beautiful as you are."

Robert Sullivan

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Sadiq AlQatari


More about Sadiq AlQatari on Tagree

Sadiq AlQatari is a professional engineer working as a consultant in the oil business. He was born and raised in a little town located by the seaside called "Al Qatif". This town is located in the western part of Persian gulf or in the eastern part of Saudi Arabia where traditional wooden fishing boats are located. Also, he lives in a country where the vast majority of land covered by deserts. He doesn't consider himself as a professional photographer but as a hobby photographer.

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