Thursday, February 4, 2010

Fences #7

We had a nice evening walk and these fences caught my attention. It's time for my fences series yey!( arabesque, I can imagine that you're smiling  :) and it reminded me of your previous comments that I have a 'thing' with the guilty!)

Most of the major streets of downtown Al Ain are divided ( according to the direction of travel) by fences. You can check out my posts about the fences HEREThe fences that I have seen in one of the parks of Green Mubazzarah were exceptional. Anyway, moving on to my post for today, I saw these fences in Al Thouba Street, where the towering Globe Roundabout is erected.

Of course I noticed these beautiful and colorful flowers,too.

a closer shot
Definitely these are ornates and if I am going to interpret it, I think it represents the eagerness of the emaratis to acquire knowledge and wisdom and to impart or share as well.

Word of the day: ustad is the arabic word for giver of knowledge. Salaam to all!


  1. Nice shots Misalyn. I liked the last foto..

  2. Marvelous captures! Such a lovely place for an evening walk! The flowers are delightful! Hope you have a great weekend! Enjoy!


  3. hello sis,
    nice post i love all the pictures...and the flowers we have lots of that over here always during winter like now...i saw your new camere,wow!ang sweet ng hubby,sana ako din magkaron niyan...hayyyy,nga pala im back,hope tuloy na toh!!!miss you sis!

  4. The history of the Arabian art is expressed everywhere and is wonderful.
    The clean road is national pride.

  5. Dear Misalyn, this is indeed a very wonderful series of fences. Measuring the world was and probably will always be something one one loves to learn - being able to construct fences connecting us all, a great challenge, indeed.
    Brilliant photography !

  6. Your city is such organized and very well planned. A very clean and a well manicured one!

  7. Hey..I love that top photo you know! Looks really cool along with your fences.
    I tried joining CDP but I think me putting my small town as opposed to City wasn't a good move. They don't want me! (lol) I live more in the country and didn't realize your suppose to post every day anyway (duh-CDP)!! Well, till later, Regian-


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