Observing the ultra-modern skyscrapers, it's easy to forget that Dubai, part of the UAE, was a small town of Bedouin traders. Today the old blends with the new: Nad al Sheba racetrack, camels race by day, at night the thoroughbreds. The designer shops and electronics are as popular as the gold souk. Ethnic differences in Dubai can be perceived by the variety of more than 400 restaurants.
After the iper modern town we move for the rest of the photoshooting in the Dubai Desert. The Dubai Desert Conservation Reserve (DDCR) is the UAE's first national park. Carefully planned rehabilitation over the years has resulted in a protected environment for the last of the desert wildernesses. With the rapid development of Dubai as a major business centre in the Gulf, the Dubai Government has long recognised the need to preserve its unique and beautiful desert habitat, and the many threatened flora and fauna species within. This unique reserve was created for the protection of those endangered species and for the conservation of the natural desert habitat and heritage.
Our work was recently published in the prestigious site of Platinum Heritage Luxury Tours & Safaris who accompanied us to the discovery of this wonderful desert.
Ostinelli studio invites you to dream with our international wedding gallery.
Cristiano Ostinelli and Stefania Falcinella