US photographer Bobby Sager discusses images from his latest book, ‘Diriyah: Face to Face’  

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DUBAI: Two years ago, American portrait photographer Bobby Sager came to the sandy-toned, historical center of Diriyah, Riyadh, for a project. He was scheduled to stay for just a few days, but it didn’t work out that way.  

“I didn’t (initially) want to go to Saudi Arabia,” Sager tells Arab News from his base in Boston. “This isn’t the kind of thing I do — shooting an architectural wonder. But they convinced me to come for five days. I stayed for 72. And I’ve been back twice since.”  

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