Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Festive colors




This is Al Ain Town Square's dancing fountain. I love watching the fountain especially when it dances to an upbeat English music. The fountain's festive colors are just enough to make me happy. Check out my previous post to see when this fountain is at rest.

You probably noticed that tall structure at the backdrop. Those are the minarets of Sheika Salama mosque. I will definitely post something about it anytime next week.

This post is linked to Watery Wednesday. Join us and get those eyes cyber wet!
Word of the day: taweel is the Arabic word for tall. Salaam!

15 comments:

  1. Gorgeous colours on this impressive fountain. Very pretty.

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  2. Very lovely! I like the variety of colors, with the mosque behind. And you say the waters are dancing to music? How wonderful!
    — K

    Kay, Alberta, Canada
    An Unfittie's Guide to Adventurous Travel

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  3. The colors are so festive! The lights are shaped like huge bulbs.

    Nice capture of the fountain!

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  4. indeed!



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  5. Tall it is -everything in your pic is in a vertical direction!

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  6. Never seen so many different colors in a fountain before, really nice!

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  7. Ang ganda Jo! As always :-)

    Ang clear ng pagka-take na para tuloy isang still-miniature tabletop stuff ang subject mo...

    Glad din ako na may mga dancing water fountains sa UAE, once in awhile may de-stresser tayo :)

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  8. It's beautiful colors! Love the fountain.
    Watery Wednesday

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  9. Beautiful! I love looking at it!

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  10. these dancing fountains are so much fun to watch. great captures, they're beautiful.

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  11. Really beautiful, so many different coulors in the fontain!

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  12. Gorgeous colors! Is it on every day?

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  13. Hello.
    My friend, Misalyn.

    Your sweet message and works charms my heart.

    The prayer for all peace...

    Dear hug, From Japan.
    ruma

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