On the left side of the Nile River Banks, this little gem is incredibly well-conserved. With its walls filled of fantastic hieroglyphs, standing there to tell a story about an ancient power, an ancient people that ruled the war with blood and power, but with arts, education, history as well.
Award Winner: Photo of the Day | December 26
Award Score: 60 (Value 12, Clarity 12, Composition 14, Style 11, Skill 11)
Photo of the Day Award Category: Architectural Photography
Photograph Location: Nile River Bank, Egypt
Photographer: Fabrizio Bues Registered
Born in Turin, Italy, in 1972, Fabrizio lives there and has no intention to move. He’s married with Enrica and they travel every time they have a chance to get on board on a plane. Gratuated in Information Technology, Fabrizio works as a Project Manager/Delivery Manager for an American Corporate, and this role allows to travel frequently around the world. He follows Light and Composition courses hoping to – maybe – achieve a diploma too and in future – who knows? Maybe a PhD title. Today his goal here is to improve his basic knowledge in photography and to apply that every time he can take his Nikon with him.
Current Location: Turin, Italy