Jebal Qatar, Hanging Gardens Following Rains, April 2003



Jebal Qatar, Hanging Gardens Following Rains, April 2003

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Veil of water emerging from opening in the escarpment face, pool below
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Water cascading over stalactite
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Water (right) cascading from escarpment lip, left emerging from escarpment face
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'Rapids' below the pool at the base of the escarpment
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Water pouring over the stalactite into the pool
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The diminishing flow of water over the lip of the escarpment
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Showing the veil of water, pool and outflow
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Several visitors to the Gardens could not resist standing under the 'veil' of water
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Another side view of the water flow
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Water staining the escarpment face a dark shade
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A view from the eastern side of the Hanging Gardens looking down on the pool (center) and the waterfall (left)
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A small waterfall emerging from the thicket, nor far from where fox were photographed in March
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A whisp of a waterfall (center of frame) from the crevice east of the Hanging Gardens
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The mountain reflected in one of the many pools near the track into the Hanging Gardens
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Water trickling down at the base of the 'tourist' route to the summit
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Water runoff near the base of the 'tourist' route to the summit
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Pools and small waterfalls near the base of the 'tourist' route
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A tree, reflected in the runoff, silhouetted by the setting sun

 


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