Saturday, May 1, 2010

Guest Photos #4

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I planned to join the CDP Theme Day for this month. Yesterday, I took some snaps of the statue of Sheikh Zayed before I went to the hospital for my night shift. I was planning to download it today after my duty but  something happened.....Huhuhuhu! photos were inadvertently deleted (better luck next time Misalyn and be careful. Don't hold your camera when you're tired and  sleepy).

Anyway, it's time for my Guest Photos. Photo shown above is the Burj Khalifa, the world's tallest building. Two months ago, I posted 2 pictures of the burj but it was only 3/4 of the building  and  I snapped it along the  Sheikh Zayed Interchange. Picture shown above looks better (I think). I took this shot a month ago. Hubby was driving and as far as I can remember, this shot was taken before the Sheikh Zayed Interchange, around 1 km away from the Burj. There was a sand storm on that day. 

Word of the day: shahr (pl. shahuwr) is the arabic word for month . Salaam!


  1. Super picture this building is unbelievable. Is it completely sold now?

  2. I love your photos. I always do. Can you explain what a sinus esophegal tube is to me. They are going to examine the heart chambers for clots and then Zap me, to put my heart back to a normal Mike has had his last chemo and is doing well except his Dr. is getting anxious to make him feel like eating. They believe they got it all .

  3. I love this photo and your header pic is fabulous!
    Have a great weekend, Misalyn.
    I'm back!

  4. Wow! That is a sight! Amazing!

  5. This is one of the best photos of this thing I've seen so far!

  6. Well let's call your photo a huge, metal and glass architectural statue! Bravo!

  7. As I dream about making a living being a window cleaner, this for sure, would be a challenge.
    Beautiful picture indeed !
    Please have a wonderful Sunday.

    daily athens


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