Dubai, United Arab Emirates (CNN) — This charming aerial scene shows what happened to the valley of the village of Al-Hariq in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, which was refreshed by the rainwater that fell on Saudi Arabia recently, and formed a wonderful painting of the pouring waterfalls.
The Saudi photographer, Muhammad Al-Anqari, wanted to highlight the beauty of the region, located northwest of the capital, Riyadh, next to the famous Tuwaiq Mountain.
Al-Anqari explained, in an interview with CNN in Arabic, that he grew up in the village of Al-Hariq with tattoos, where he was inspired by the love of nature and its photography, pointing out that he has always tried to highlight its beauty to the world, especially during the rainy season.
It happened that heavy and continuous rain fell on one of the valleys of the village and the most important tributaries of the Tuwaiq Mountains, which formed waterfalls with clear water.-
Al-Anqari indicated that the flow of torrential rains began 3 days before the scene was documented, but the color of the water was turbid due to the dust carried through the first flow, and when heavy rains fell again, the flow became more powerful with clearer and more attractive water.--
And the Saudi photographer recalled: “That morning, I got up early, loaded the drone and set off directly towards the valley, and fortunately I was able to document this beautiful scene.”
However, it was not easy to get to this captivating scene, according to what Al-Anqari described, as the road to the valley was bumpy and very difficult, and it contained many large rocks, but his four-wheel drive car was equipped to overcome those conditions.
Al-Anqari had to film several times to obtain these shots, which show the flow of rainwater through a video clip he posted on his Instagram account, which was widely spread on various social media platforms.