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Posts Tagged ‘Jordan’

[1: 1,137 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Sea

In Photo on September 6, 2013 at 2:38 AM

Red Sea

Sea

I know that at this very moment I am happy.

It’s New Year and I am with the most important people of my life and together we are experiencing new things.

I am enjoying such a beautiful scenery. It’s a true bliss.

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[1: 933 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Kiss

In Photo on February 17, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Kiss

I walk in the beach

As I let my feet kiss the sands

And the sun embraced me with its warmth

[1: 918 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Reflections

In Photo on February 2, 2013 at 10:52 AM

My sissy and I creating Reflections through our shadows during a desert adventure at Wadi Rum, Jordan.

Reflection

[1: 912 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Love

In Photo on January 27, 2013 at 12:00 AM

Daily Paper

If there is one thing that I LOVE in this world not matching my grateful adoration to GOD of course, it would be WORDS.

Here is a photo of the daily paper from a trip in Jordan (Movenpick Hotel in Petra). Amazing how many can be communicated in different beautiful languages to deliver a fact or a thought.

I’ve always said that I have a romance for words, as a writer, it will hold true until my grave.

[1: 905 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Beyond

In Photo on January 20, 2013 at 8:10 PM

Beyond the car’s window is a clean road, a man-made fens, a rock formation, blue sky, and swirling cloud.

Beyond

[1: 896 of 10,000] Handy Camera – Sony DSC-HX20V

In Review on January 12, 2013 at 10:23 AM

Thanks to my shopaholic sissy, she insisted that we get ourselves a new digital camera for the last family trip and the one that suits our budget is a Sony DSC-HX20V. It has 18.2 mega pixels (love that!) and loaded with different effects. We are pretty comfortable with the brand too, we trust Sony! Even if our last Sony camera doesn’t work anymore, we blame dropping it several times and it’s probably due to old age – about 2 years.

Photography Blog has a complete review with the gadget if you are interested with the technical stuffs and everything else.

We are far from being a professional photographer but having a handy camera that could give vibrant photos surely made the after trip feeling amazing especially when we go back to all the photos, which is pretty impressive with such less blurry takes. The photo below is one of my favorites because I love the colors gray and red, which was taken from Kempinski Aqaba Hotel’s lobby. It was the day that we are flying out from Jordan and back to Dubai.

Kempinski Aqaba Hotel Lobby

[1: 894 of 10,000] My Kind of Breakfast

In Photo on January 10, 2013 at 11:18 PM

My kind of breakfast should have colors… 😀

The photo below is my first ever breakfast for 2013.

My Kind of Breakfast

  1. Cucumber
  2. Smoked Salmon
  3. Cold Cuts
  4. Ham
  5. Sausage
  6. Melon
  7. Watermelon
  8. Omelette without Onion
  9. Baked Potato
  10. Ketchup
  11. Mayonnaise
  12. Feta Cheese
  13. Pineapple Juice
  14. Champagne

[1: 891 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Delicate

In Photo on January 7, 2013 at 8:44 PM

Petra's Treasures

I consider this photo taken from Petra as delicate because the archeologists give so much care in finding and revealing the old civilization of the Nabateans. The man at the right was playing an old instrument with a hymn of the past. I didn’t understood the lyrics but I appreciate the reenactment.

I also learned to appreciate black and white photo because it has attitude and a very classy impression.

[1: 890 of 10,000] Weekly Photo Challenge: Resolved

In Photo on January 6, 2013 at 7:43 PM

I RESOLVED to check-in to hotels for leisure this year.

It is always amazing to wake up in the morning without the obligation to make up your bed. I am the type of person who was trained to fold my blanky before leaving the bed so to slack on that matter and just breeze out and enjoy the view from the balcony would be a true indulgence.

Kempinski Aqaba Hotel 1

Kempinski Aqaba Hotel 2

Kempinski Aqaba Hotel 3

[1: 889 of 10,000] What Fat Stray Cats Signify About a Country?

In Article on January 5, 2013 at 5:48 PM

Stray Cats in Jordan

Having stray cats in the first place would mean they don’t cage animal but having fat stray cats mean there are a lot of food to be scavenged around.

The photos shared above were taken in Jordan from the recent trip although UAE has the same story, there are lots of stray cats here and Garfield would be so at home in both countries for sure.

Will Garfield entertain either Biryani or Mansaf?