Yemen Preserved

Abdulla Dashty is a Bahrain based photographer who regularly goes on “photography holidays” to capture the beauty of ancient cities and traditional villages around the world. These images are from his trip to Yemen between 2006 and 2009.

Socotra Island – Located in the Arab Sea 500km from Aden and 350km from Mukala. Consists of four islands famous for its unique fauna and flora, especially the Dragon Blood Tree.
Socotra Island – Located in the Arab Sea 500km from Aden and 350km from Mukala. Consists of four islands famous for its unique fauna and flora, especially the Dragon Blood Tree.
Wadi Dhaher, Sana’a – A fertile wadi 15km north of Sana’a with a small village, famous for its grapes, pomegranates and nuts. The five story palace on the rocky mountain was the residence of Imam Yahya before the revolution.
Wadi Dhaher, Sana’a – A fertile wadi 15km north of Sana’a with a small village, famous for its grapes, pomegranates and nuts. The five story palace on the rocky mountain was the residence of Imam Yahya before the revolution.
A Janabia dagger seller in Souk El-Milh.
A Janabia dagger seller in Souk El-Milh.

 

Omran – Located 140km north of Sana’a; a farmer on his land.
Omran – Located 140km north of Sana’a; a farmer on his land.

 

1-“The Green Belt of Yemen” is known for its rain, lush green mountains and cold climate in the summer.
1- “The Green Belt of Yemen” is known for its rain, lush green mountains and cold climate in the summer.

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