Saturday, July 10, 2010

Al Ain Palace Museum (in sepia)

Al Ain Palace Museum is the former residence in Al Ain of the late Sheikh Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan from 1937 to 1966. It was built in 1937 and had undergone renovations when it was converted into a museum. In 2001, it was finally opened to the public. I've been there for several times, usually if we have friends visiting Al Ain City for the first time. I must say that the museum looks so new that's why I thought of converting one of my photos into sepia. I just want to see and feel the "old" effect.

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Word of the day: atiq is the Arabic word for old. Salaam!

10 comments:

  1. Great sepia photograph Misalyn.
    Costas

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  2. Your photos never cease to impress me. Sana you can contribute soon in our Kablogs Journal.

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  3. A very moody photo. Dramatic!

    It's scorching over here right now. What is it like over your neck of the woods? Thanks for visiting Norwich Daily Photo and leaving your comment. Come visit again tomorrow!

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  4. You surely brought it to life. Please have a nice Sunday.

    daily athens

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  5. If you didn't say it was a palace, I would have thought it was a fortress! Fantastic place for a museum. Looks great in Sepia too!

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  6. hi missy! wow! i'm loving this sepia scene.
    looks like a postcard actually. ^0^
    i like the drama behind those clouds. very mysterious.

    ps: tnx for the salt n water tip.
    grabe! it worked! ^0^ somehow eases the sore. you're my lifesaver! hehe.

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  7. Cool processing! I like the treatment you made. Very exotic!

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