Kuwait - Beautiful Morning on Enjefa Beach in Maseela
The Persian Gulf, in the Southwest Asian region, is an extension of the Indian Ocean located between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula. Historically and commonly known as the Persian Gulf, this body of water is sometimes controversially referred to as the Arabian Gulf by some Arab states or simply The Gulf. The Persian Gulf consists of mostly shallow, highly saline waters with some coral reefs growing offshore near Kuwait and Saudi Arabia. A few areas of scattered coral has developed near the shore but cannot grow much due to the temperature and light variations.
This photo was taken on Enjefa Beach during wonderful morning after yet another 4.44AM wake up call. Enjefa Beach is great location for photography as it still remain as shores of Kuwait used to be, its sands, rocks, and shells still have not been removed. During this particular photoshoot, low tide has revealed some interesting rock/formal coral formations. I chose this one as it looks like fingers pointing towards the sea.
Camera Model: Canon EOS 5D Mark II; Lens: EF17-40mm f/4L USM; Focal length: 22.00 mm; Aperture: 22; Exposure time: 25.0 s; ISO: 50
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