A lot of people are always pretty interested to see some of the pics I've taken out here in the UAE, both of the city, desert, where I work, etc. At the same time, I've seen a few awesome pics around the forums that other people have taken of where they live and the surrounding areas. So yeah, post pics and shit. As a few of you know, I got the greatest phone in the world back in November, the Nokia Lumia 920. Since then, I've started taking pics. I'm not going to flood the thread because I want other people to post some in, but I'll throw them up here as more people put their own up. At the moment I'm working in the United Arab Emirates. Most people know this as "Dubai", but Dubai is one "Emirate" (which is like a state) out of 7. It's also the main part of the city in there. I'm working further up North in a place called Ras Al Khaimah, near the border of one part of Oman (Oman is split in 2). Anyway, pics: That's the main Dubai skyline. I took that whilst in the car driving out of Dubai. You can see the big-ass Burj there, which is the tallest building in the world. I haven't gone up it because apparently it's a bit shitty. I missed the worst of it, but this was a sandstorm moving away from where I work. They're not that common, nor are they even close to being as ridiculous as they are in Mission Impossible Ghost Protocol, but they're still pretty annoying if you're outside. This was a panorama I took from the beach in front of where my apartment is over here. I live in the far left apartment block. As you can see, it's pretty underdeveloped on the beach. In this area, it's really a world apart from Dubai. There's very little infrastructure and the main city looks more like something you're seeing in your pictures of Syria (minus bullet holes and explosions). This is a really western area, almost an enclave. There's a golf course and shit, and it's really separated from everything else. If anyone has any way that isn't imageshack of rehosting the images to a reasonable size, where they become a hyperlink to a the original image, without doing it all manually, then let me know, because direct linking like this is going to stretch shit out too much.