is something that most people would associate with boring
and lifeless matters. In fact, people who have ever been
to the Sinai are convinced of the very contrary.
predominating landscape of Sinai is desert. It extremely
varies in both color and form,
an exeptional mineral universe being formed in millions
of years (see geology)
in which nature has created splendid, singular sculptures
out of the rock. Next to sand you find limestone,
crystalline rock, sandstone,
and vulcanic rocks.
rank from light white via yellow and red to dark black.
The combination of these colours seen against the dark blue
of the mostly cloudless sky is a breath-taking experience
every minute. Especially in the mornings (6-9
a.m.) and in the evenings (4-6:30 p.m.) the
sun is giving an intense light that illuminates the desert
in the most beautiful photo scene. Photographers
find a perfect time to capture the most marelous atmosphere.