Tuesday, June 22, 2010

Green Mubazzarah by night (2)

Continuing yesterday's post on Green Mubazzarah by night, here are some of the photos of the foothills of Jebel Hafeet. As you can see, there are lamp posts that creates a trail leading to the mountain.

This is one of the entrance areas and one of the exit points leading back to Al Ain Town Center. It is not actually too far away from our place and the roads are traffic-free.
I've noticed that there were quite few tourists because it was actually late in the evening when we visited the place. These ladies were about to leave when I snapped this photo. Apologies for the quality of the pictures, I forgot to bring my tripod.
buddies
my sis-in-law
Posted for my World Tuesday. Click here to view thumbnails for all participants of this week's My world Tuesday. Next will be the fountain atop of the hill at Green Mubazzarah. See you tomorrow.

Word of the day: ba'eed is the Arabic word for far or far away. Salaam!

5 comments:

  1. Looks indeed peaceful even at night. Please have you all a nice Wednesday.

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  2. this is a nice spot for outing. very clever to go there at night when the temps have dropped. how warm was it at night?

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  3. very nice night shots. I am still learning. I like the trail of lights up the road. Have a great week!
    Faythe @GrammyMousetails

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  4. Thank you for dropping by my blog and for your kind comments.

    @Photo Cache,
    It was a bit cooler when we visited the place, I guess it was about 30-32 degree celsius, the usual temperature at night time.

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  5. Cool photos dear! I can tell the country is ultra modern.

    Pub

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