Wednesday, March 2, 2011

Pathway and a bridge

This is the longest pathway that I have ever seen at Al Sarooj District. I just liked all the lamp posts and quite fascinated with its constant distance from one lamp post to another.

A few meters away, there's this bridge with lovely and eye-catching design.  I just the liked the rugged hill as the backdrop.

These photos were taken sometime last month when I was looking for a perfect subject to contribute for the Oasis Living Magazine's City Snapshot . By the way, if you are a resident of Al Ain or currently visiting the garden city, you can get your free copy at Al Ain Mall, Bawadi Mall, Al Jimi Mall, Hilton Al Ain, Mercure Grand Hotel and other magazine drop off points. You might want to read the online 3D version, please click here and look for the picture icon that says "Read online". By the way, I have 2  photos published for this month's issue.

Posted for My Outdoor Wednesday hosted by Susan of A Southern Daydreamer.
Word of the day: jisr or jeser is the Arabic word for bridge . Salaam!


  1. Eye appealing composition of photo.
    Joyce M

  2. A very nice job on your photos. I really like the designs on the bridge. Enjoyed my visit with you.

  3. Love your photos. That bridge is very appealing.

  4. It must be very nice to walk along the pathway..

  5. the design of that bridge is truly eyecatching. how come there are no people around?

  6. What a wonderful, peace filled sight ! Thank you for this escape. Please have you all a good Thursday.

    daily athens

  7. That bridge is an eye-catcher!

  8. @Photo Cache,

    That bridge is located at Al Sarooj, around 15-minute drive from the Town Center and I snapped these photos at the time of Salat al Maghrib (sunset prayer time for Muslims).

  9. wow, you're a regular contributor already. ^0^ congrats again. ^-^
    i love the bridge detail, very unique.


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