Qui siamo ad Aqaba in uno dei tanti bar all'aperto, dove con qualche tavolo e sedie in plastica si crea un atmosfera tipica di questi luoghi, dove la gente del posto puo fare due chiacchere fumare narghile e gurdare le partite di calcio.
Очень люблю это фото, созданное совместными усилиями со @swinopass ✨В своё время долго ждала когда он его выложит, чтобы не отбирать его лайки, да так и забыла 😅
На самом деле сделать подобное фото не так-то просто: во-первых, «Ночная Петра» происходит всего пару раз в неделю и отменяется в случае ливней, во-вторых, промежуток времени между тем как бедуины расставят все свечки, разрешат фотографировать и снова начнут их собирать, очень маленький, а желающих засветить все вспышкой и влезть в кадр немало 😉 Так что тут оперативность нужна как от фотографов, так и от моделей. #alicenotcake_jordan
Our last sunset in Jordan 🇯🇴 As we watched the light fade away we had already started to reminisce about our amazing trip. The one last burst of color in the sky before we had to catch our flight was the perfect way to end the trip. ✨ A little side story; as we were taking these photos a police officer approached us and started yelling in Arabic, pointing to our camera, but we had no idea what he was saying so he told us to stay there while he got someone else. He got another officer, a man probably about 30-35 years old, who started asking us questions about the photos we were taking. Apparently they thought we were professional photographers trying to take photos for a magazine or movie or something. And we were like no, no these are just for instagram, but they didn't know what instagram was! They wanted us to delete the pictures so we couldn't use them for whatever they thought we were doing, as it was against the law and we needed approval from the Jordan Tourism board to do so. We spent 10 min convincing them that we just like to take photos, and showed them other travel photos on our phone. They seemed so confused as to why we had all these curated travel photos but eventually let us go. We had a little chuckle but it was eye opening to see something that seems so common to us in so many countries still hasn't infiltrated some places yet!