29 to 30 September 2018, Bukhara, Uzbekistan.
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A truck on the road between Khiva and Bukhara.
Sunset in Bukhara.
Bridal couple on the street in the evening.
Above the main portal of the Nadir Divan-begi Madrasa.
Wall and ceiling details, Nadir Divan-begi Madrassah.
A silk weaver
Markets ceiling (under a dome).
A variety of textile wonders on offer….
The ancient Magoki-Attori Mosque.
Looking up in the top level, from the 1930s.
Under the largest dome of the Toqi Telpak Furushon Trading Dome.
A knife making workshop.
Top of the arch at the entrance to Abdulaziz-Khan Madrassah.
Scholars’ bookcase, Abdulaziz-Khan Madrassah.
This and next four images from Abdulaziz-Khan Madrassah.
Trading dome Toqi Zaragon.
Carpet weaver inside the trading dome.
The Kok Gumbaz (or Blue Dome) of the Kalan Mosque.
Kalan Mosque doorway.
Under one of the 288 domes of the mosque.
In the great rectangle of the mosque, looking west.
Near the west end of the rectangle.
Looking back through the main portal of the west end of the mosque rectangle.
Looking up at the dome.
Down a long corridor, probably on the south side.
Walking back out to the portal behind the tree.
Poi-Kalyan Ensemble (the Kalan Mosque is on the right).
This post is the third of a short series of monochromes from Uzbekistan. They are interspersed with local posts. The previous one is here, two posts back ..