EGYPT’S SUNNIER SIDE

Sugar Cane Fields with the Valley of the Kings in the Background

Sugar Cane Fields with the Valley of the Kings in the Background

After seeing disturbing images from Egypt for the last few weeks, I think our nerves need
a band-aid – and with the following photos I want to show another side of Egypt – peaceful and beautiful – which no regime – whoever they might be can change.  These places have been there for  thousands of years – and they will be there long after all this turmoil is over.

The Desert Near Aswan

The Desert Near Aswan

Sugar Cane Fields on the West Bank near Luxor

Sugar Cane Fields on the West Bank near Luxor

Palm Tree Plantation near Sakkara

Palm Tree Plantation near Sakkara

Kitchener's Island Botanical Park near Aswan

Kitchener’s Island
Botanical Park near Aswan

Cairo, the Nile and its Felucas

Cairo, the Nile and its
Feluccas

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Cruising through the Cataracts near Aswan

Pleasure Boat Cruising on the Nile

Pleasure Boat Cruising on the Nile

Sugar Cane Fields near the Valley of the Kings

Sugar Cane Fields near the Valley of the Kings

A Thousand Year old Tree offering relief from the sun

A Thousand Year old Tree offering relief from the sun

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Amun Ra  – the Sun God worshipped by Ancient Egypt still makes the sun set at night and rise in the morning!

More from Egypt soon

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Brigitte

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About Brigitte Nioche

Author of Living Longer, Living Well - How to Embrace the Challenges of a Long Life. Other titles - Dress to Impress, The Sensual Dresser, What Turns Men On.
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