Dozens of orientalists travelled to Saudi Arabia at different historical times, bringing their camera lenses to document life and civilization. They did not come with great arrogance. Instead, they melted into social life. Some of them lived the lives of the Bedouin, dressing like them and eating like them.
Although many of the inhabitants of the Arabian Peninsula didn’t tolerate these Orientalists who came from abroad, their journey now constitute an important part of history that is documented and used as a reference study by many researchers.
The most photographed sites
العقيد محمد صادق مصور موهوب
Harry St John Bridger Philby
هاري سان جون فيلبي