Howdy all! Today in this week’s photographic feature I have Uzbekistan’s ‘Samarkand’ for you. A destination in Central Asia with, at times, a Middle Eastern flavour. The city is famous for its madrassas, mosques and tombs and so I hope you enjoy seeing it – through my lens that is!
Thanks for popping in today! May the Journey Never End!
13 thoughts on “Samarkand – Through My Lens!”
Wow, that looks really grant and impressive and the colours are really well preserved.
thanks Anna it’s a brilliant city!
There is a sense of grandeur and majesty in the architecture.
There is indeed. It’s a brilliant place to visit.
Gorgeous! I’ve been interested in visiting the countries in Central Asia for some time, and your photos convince me to book a trip there sometime soon!
lol well right now might be hard i guess from the States. Impossible from Australia.
These photos really evoke the feel of the place. I love the posed gown of the wedding couple and the detail in the walls and tiles.
Beautiful photos. Very interesting to see the wedding photos.
Grand architecture and fascinating colors!
cheers! Its an amazing city for sure!
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