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Photography: Farms in Kuwait

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

If you think about Kuwait’s weather, all you can imagine is the heat.

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

I will leave it to your imagination as to how you would deal with the 50 degree Celsius heat we see here every summer.

Photography: Farms in Kuwait

But Kuwait has quite a few months of winter as well when the weather is perfect for visiting the numerous parks and beaches.

The one thing which was quite a surprise was the fact that Kuwait has many farms as well. And farms whose pictures make you feel that you are back in India.

Linking to Lens Artists Photo Challenge #103: Surprise

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6 Comments

  1. 50 degrees is too much for me – I don’t understand how anyone or anything can survive in this. And your beautiful farm photos are incredible – much irrigating there. I did not know about farming over there – quite the surprise.

    • transitionofthoughts

      Yeah farming here was a surprise for me too. But yeah there are quite a few places around the Middle East where farming thrives to a certain extent despite the sweltering temperatures.

  2. Wow. Nothing like fresh produce!

  3. This is certainly a surprise to me as well. The concept of farming and and extreme heat. I know there is ostrich farming in for instance Saudi Arabia but they can tolerate heat. Crop farming is certainly a surprise

    • transitionofthoughts

      Yeah its generally not too much. But I guess many countries in the region have adapted their farming methods to the rough climate all year round.

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