Marking our occasional Sunday photo feature, here’s a selection of dramatic shots taken in Qatar’s desert of the towering “East West” exhibition.
The permanent art installation, which was unveiled by Qatar Museums last year, consists of four steel plates that are about 15m (49 feet) tall.
The exhibition was created for Qatar by renowned American artist Richard Serra, and is located some 60km outside of Doha at the Brouq Nature Reserve near Zekreet.
Serra previously said he chose the spot after walking around the area with the Father Emir, who was nostalgic about it because he used to visit the place with his uncles as a little boy, and watch the antelope gather.
To see East West for yourself, jump onto the Dukhan Highway and exit at the junction for Khawzan (ideally in a 4×4, as you’ll be off-roading).
Turn to the left on the road following along the line of the highway until you reach an underpass. Follow the track up the peninsula toward Film City to find the sculptures.