Shades of Corniche (Abu Dhabi)- December 2020

The view of Corniche that you get from the buildings and apartments overlooking the sea is awesome. Everyday, you get to see a new view of the vast sea and sky, be it morning or evening. As I click pictures of the different views everyday, I thought of sharing these photos with you all and having a separate diary for Corniche.

In most of the photos during sunset, you would notice the reflection of the sun on the water.

In this post I will be sharing the pictures I clicked of the looks of Corniche in the month of December 2020.

7th December, 2020

10th December, 2020

5:30 PM

12th December, 2020

A cloudy day…

3:30 PM

14th December, 2020

Can you spot two birds flying in the sky in the photo below?

8:50 AM

The sun, about to set…

5:30 PM

15th December, 2020

This is one of my favourite photos. The sky in this picture makes me feel as if it is painted.

5:45 PM

17th December, 2020

5:15 PM

20th December, 2020

5:05 PM

22nd December, 2020

As the sun is setting…

5:35 PM

23rd December, 2020

Look at the colour of the sky in the evening. This orangish-brown colour reflected on water is beautiful.

6:10 PM

25th December, 2020

5:30 PM

27th December, 2020

A foggy day…

1:40 PM

28th December, 2020

See the layers of colours on the sun. There is white, yellow and light orange. To my imagination, I felt that the sun along with the colours on it’s top resemble a seashell.

5:40 PM

29th December, 2020

Sunset through photos…

5:20 PM
5:23 PM
5:30 PM
5:37 PM

31st December, 2020

I will have a separate post for 31st December, which would include fireworks and decorations at Corniche for New Year.

The view of Corniche on 31st was one of my favourite views so far. See the colour of the clouds at 5:10 PM and see how it changed at 5:50 PM.

A panoramic picture:

5:10 PM
5:50 PM

That’s all for the month of December!


5 Comments Add yours

  1. WR says:


    1. Thanks a lot!

  2. dosaikal says:

    Pictures are a delight to the eyes!! You have a lot of patience to wait for the perfect shot. Keep the good work on.

    1. Thanks a lot!!!

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