James Kaiser, travel writer/photographer and author of 10 guide books ranging from Costa Rica to the Grand Canyon, arrived in Cairo about a month ago only to have all his camera equipment confiscated as soon as he landed.
This didn’t stop him, however, from embarking on his Egyptian adventure and documenting it through gorgeous images taken with his Iphone instead.
Felucca sailing along Luxor's west bank. The Nile divided ancient Luxor in two: a city of the living (on the east bank, where the sun rose) and the dead (on the west bank, where the sun set). Pharaohs and nobles were buried in the city of the dead. The Theban Hills in the distance are home to the Valley of the Kings, where Tutankhamun and Ramesses the Great were buried. Archaeologists believe the area still contains undiscovered tombs. #iphone #Egypt #nile #luxor #felucca
To check out more of Kaisner’s work you can check out his Instagram page.