Few days ago, a friend of mine told me that the sand dunes along Al Dahmaa District, on the way to Al Ain International Airport is beautiful and watching the sun sink deep into the horizon while sitting on the fine sand dunes will be an enthralling experience for a photoblogger like me. She knew that I really love watching sunsets.
Yesterday afternoon, I asked hubby if he can drive me along Al Dahmaa District, luckily he said yes even if his right leg was painful (because of ligament injury) and it was a bit difficult for him to drive. Since hubby couldn't walk without the use of his cane, I asked my eldest son Joel to come along so that there will be somebody to carry my gadgets :). Looking at Joel's face, I saw that he didn't like the idea but I told him that nobody will accompany me going up to the sand dunes. I used my mommy charms to convince him ;) so off we went.
Al Dahmaa District is just a 20-minute drive from Al Mutaredh District, our place. It was like playing hide and seek when we were looking for the road up to the sand dunes until we finally found the way....just in time before the sun finally bid goodbye. Here are some of our photos, taken at around 06:45PM to 07:00 PM.
before we left, I left a trail......Misalyn was there:)
bye-bye sun...see you again next time :)
a drive-by shot on the way to Al Dahmaa Roundabout (will post about it anytime next week)
Am linking this post to Skywatch Friday and Looking at the Sky on Friday. Join us and enjoy looking at the amazing skies all over the world.
Word(s) of the day: sa'a sahba'a is the Arabic word for seven o'clock. Salaam!