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In Photos: Egyptian Phone Photographer Captures Downtown Cairo at Sunrise

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In Photos: Egyptian Phone Photographer Captures Downtown Cairo at Sunrise

Downtown Cairo Walkway. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.

Mohamed Reyad, a Cairo-based phone photographer, used to go out walking before working hours after Fajr prayer before sunrise to take photos of the downtown Cairo area.

Al Fawalah in Abdeen. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Davis Bryan Building in Downtown Cairo. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Nile Corniche. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.

“Not only do I enjoy the sky, it’s the whole view, the Nile river, sky, building, the streets, even the few people walking, the reflection on Nile river, the fishing boats and the birds. All of these views are amazing,” Reyad told Egyptian Streets.

Talaat Harb Square. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Cairo Tower Nile view. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Nile view at sunrise. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Kasr El Nile Bridge view. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Downtown Cairo. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Talaat Harb Square. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Kasr El Nile Bridge. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Nile View. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.
Nile View. Photo courtesy of Mohamed Reyad.

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