Monday, April 4, 2011

"Flower roundabout"

Last Tuesday, right after visiting a friend who celebrated her birthday, we headed to Zakher Area at Sweifi District without any plans in our mind. We just wanted to hit the road and look for anything nice to photograph. In one of the communities of the said district, I saw this medium-sized roundabout with lots of flowers. After taking some photos, we decided to go back to the town center. I wonder how these flowers will thrive since summer is just around the corner. 


By the way, this roundabout is just a stone's throw away from Al Ain Paradise, a park with the largest number of hanging flower baskets in the world. You might want to see my photos of Al Ain Paradise, please click here.

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Word of the day: dawar is the Arabic word for roundabout. Salaam!

4 comments:

  1. Hi Jo :-)

    I cant wait to visit Al Ain paradise and all the flowers before summer really hits (mainit na ngayon 'no?). But definitely one of the weekends this April...

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  2. Eagerly waiting to see your macro shots.

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  3. those flowers look like chrysanthemums, they are very showy. i'm surprised they grow there.

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  4. love the second photo. kmusta?

    Visiting from Mellow Yellow Monday
    Hope You can visit my Yellows at the ff:
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