Another classic view
No matter how many times it is viewed, the sight of the Khazneh from the Siq is magnificent.
Due to the stark lighting conditions, controlling the exposure was outrageously difficult, but I think this one came out decently.
The Temple of Artemis
Jerash, Jordan. Superbly preserved.
Taken for a ride
Wadi Rum in Jordan is my favourite desert, because of the magnificent colours and rock formations. It is possible to view it on camel back or on a 4x4. Both experiences are a lot of fun.
Racing to watch the sunset in Wadi Rum, Jordan
The show must go on
The stunning amphitheatre in Jerash, Jordan. One of the best preserved Roman ruins I've seen, with fantastic acoustics.
The incredibly fine sand at the Red Dunes, Wadi Rum
There is a certain kind of stillness and quiet in the desert, before one hears the hum of voices and human activity. This was taken after a night in Wadi Rum, Jordan
Blood of Adonis
So the legend goes. Poppies among the Roman ruins in Jerash, Jordan.
That's the feeling that overwhelms me when I'm in the desert. Taken in Wadi Rum, Jordan.
The interior of Karak Castle, a beautifully preserved crusader castle perched on a hill about 100km from Amman, Jordan. The person in the photo is a security guard who volunteered to give us his own personal tour of the place.
Peek a boo
This baby camel was spotted behind the wall in the Bedouin encampment in Wadi Rum, Jordan
The facade of the Treasury in Petra is a sight to behold. Carved into the face of the rocks, it is the first thing of the famed rose red city that travellers see after walking in the winding and narrow siq for over a kilometre. It is one of the new seven wonders of the world, and it is easy to see why.