Sunday, February 14, 2010

Al Ain Mosques #4

A big mosque with 3 domes and 2 minarets at the 2nd Street of Shiebat Bin Anbar Com., Central District. Using my point and shoot camera, I was very hesitant to take these photos because I have seen that there were bedouins coming. I waited for few hours and then I took some snaps. There was a moment that the main door was open and I had the chance to sneak and take some snaps of  what's inside the mosque.

front

back

front- the 3 domes

back- only 1 dome is visible and the 2 minarets

main door

inside the mosque (a stolen shot)

place where Qurans are arranged and kept (another stolen shot)

Happy Valentine's Day to all and Kung Hei Fat Choi!
Word of the day: arba'a is the arabic word for four. Salaam to all!

13 comments:

  1. Hi Misalyn;) good to see you again. (((Hugs))) Jo

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  2. hello there Misalyn!

    That is a beautiful mosque. It's good you got a chance to get inside and snapped photos because its worth it. Really beautiful, inside and out. Great shots.

    Thanks for the visit

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  3. Misalyn, don't scare me like this! I mean, I love the interior photos you took, but I don't want you getting caught! What'll they do to you??

    Fabulous photos! I really love how they light up the mosques at night. The light and pillars inside are beautiful too.

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  4. haha, those stolen shots were fast! ^0^
    i couldn't do that, my camera skills are still slow. ^0^
    the fotos are terrific esp. the interiors, glad you took it, worth the wait...

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  5. Misalyn, your night photography is gorgeous! The lights on the minarets are beautiful too!

    The details inside the mosque is just unbelievable.

    Hehehe! What's the penalty for being caught with stolen shots?

    Just be careful.

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  6. Agree, that these are one of your best photographies ! Chapeau !
    However would like to join the voices, please to take care.
    Thank you for these wonderful pictures.
    A nice Tuesday for you all.

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  7. wow,sis ganda at unbelievable ginawa mo di ko pa kaya gawin yan,minsan iniisip ko pano ko makukunan yung stadium ng 2009 world games kaso andaming bantay talaga tapos nakamotor pa ko,eh bawal pa naman huminto sa highway....believe na talaga ko sayo sis,thumbs up hhehehhe....

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  8. the photos were all sharp and clear....parang feel ko nandoon din ako...lol!

    never seen inside of a mosque...it is beautiful!

    eng

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  9. Stunning mosque! I have been inside once.
    Hope you 're having a great day!

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  10. Very interesting photos! Don't get in trouble! It looks very clean, modern and new!

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