Thursday, September 9, 2010

Lamp posts

Most of the major roads and streets here in Al Ain are divided (according to the direction of travel) by fences and/or date palm trees. Photo shown above was taken at Hazza Ibn Sultan Street of Al Dahmaa District. Date palm trees are dividing the said street. There's nothing special with this photo, I just like the lamp posts, all lit up and its constant distance, aside from the fact that I took this one without a tripod. I have consulted Mr. Google Earth and found out that the distance from one lamp post to another is approximately 65 meters.

Word of the day: tariq is the Arabic word for street. Salaam!

7 comments:

  1. Beautiful Misalyn; lovely photos and post Here in the Sudan, street is called Shar' (shari) Bless you my friend. (((Hugs))) Jo

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  2. Spectacular!
    Love it!

    Have a great day! :)

    Betty

    PLUS: Love the background music! So nostalgic!

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  3. beautiful lines, excellent night image.

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  4. Just pretty. You do take wonderful night shots.

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  5. nice one sis....happy holiday and happy double pay lol!

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  6. A great picture indeed. Nice to see such clean a street. Please have a good Friday.

    daily athens

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  7. haha, talaga! masukat nga ang mga lamp posts dito. ^0^
    this is a quiet night street shot.
    pretty!

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