It’s The Clouds, It’s The Blue Sky, It’s The World Sights Park

Last Tuesday, 15 March 2016, I got the chance to revisit Riyadh’s World Sights Park with my housemates, Alvin and Marwin.


The last time I was here, the cold, dark night was the one immuring the illustrious world landmarks (“How To Make A World Tour In Just One Hour“).


This time around, the weather was perfect for my shooting plans. Thank God! I always thought the place does have an attractively different face during daytime.


Armed with just a cameraphone, I shot the views with emphasis on clouds and the blue sky because they seemed unavoidable in the background.



I never knew Mother Nature has treasure trove of mind-blowing possibilities up, overhead.



Lucky to have arrived before predusk took over. The photos turned out exquisitely beautiful and polychromatic.



I kind of like them more than the photographs I took using a micro four thirds camera during the first visit.







The high, low, and wispy clouds amazingly reflected the sun’s ever changing and vibrant colors as it slowly sets over the horizon on a summer evening. It was a great way to wrap the day up.

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14 Comments Add yours

  1. Mabel Kwong says:

    Beautiful work and photography, Sony. Very well done with the camera on your phone. You do have a good eye, and used the clouds to your advantage. I really like how you shot the clock, especially the close up shot. In the shot, it seems that the man-made architecture takes up half the shot, and the other half the big blue sky. Mother Nature versus architecture? From your shot, it doesn’t seem that way. But rather, both are beautiful in their own right and sit side by side together, no argument.

    Great timing too. Sunset looks so beautiful over there, and very well shot in low light. Those are the kind of skies and sunsets I hope for when I’m out doing my photo walk. You got lucky there 🙂


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      That’s a very technical compliment, Mabel. I never knew I did that kind shot then. Times like this make me really consider taking formal class in photography.

      Thank you, Mabel, for the inspiration.

      Liked by 1 person

      1. Mabel Kwong says:

        You don’t need formal classes in photography, Sony. Your shots are amazing as they are 😀 But if you are eager to learn more, why not 😀


  2. Nandini says:

    Stunning blue skies here! Clouds and sunlight bring extra colors to the blue. Loved them, Sony!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Thanks to the friendly sun and to you for the inspiration, Nandini.

      Liked by 1 person

  3. Boots says:

    They had the same thing in Japan but I never got to see it.

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      You are well traveled woman so I think that would be a factor why you haven’t really got hook to it. 🙂

      For us who only dream of setting foot on the places you’ve been to, visiting that kind of park somehow satisfy that craving to go places beyond borders.


      1. Boots says:

        Naku it’s not because I was a well travelled person. It’s just that I didn’t know where it was in Japan and no one I knew ever went! Lol! I would’ve gone if someone I knew took me 😀


  4. rsventure says:

    thank you sir for featuring my post!

    Liked by 1 person

    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      The pleasure is mine. I’m really happy to connect to with fellow bloggers lalo na pag dito rin sa Saudi.


  5. vinneve says:

    You make the place interesting through your photos 🙂


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      Wow! That is one big compliment, Vinneve. Thank you for appreciating my passion: to find something beautiful out of the mundane.

      Liked by 1 person

  6. Miniatures of the world’s most popular landmarks! Amazing!


    1. Sony Fugaban says:

      They make us feel like we visited those places where they are actually located. You know…

      Thank you to the one who made the erection of this site possible. Somehow, I feel like I traveled the world instantly.


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