Sunday, December 4, 2011

Roundabout Series: Al Jahili Roundabout


Al Jahili Roundabout is perhaps the simplest roundabout that I have ever seen in down town Al Ain. It has a water fountain at the center which is a typical feature of Al Ain roundabouts. Though it is devoid of date palm trees, it has a lush bermuda grass around the water fountain. It may look colorful these days because of the decorations for UAE's 40th National Day, but when the decorations are taken off, it is so simple.

Strategically located at Al Jahili District, a few meters away from the Presidents Palace, Al Ain Rotana Hotel, Al Jahili Park and Al Jahili Fort. No wonder it is one of the busiest roundabouts in Al Ain (and perhaps one of the perfect places to practice some long exposure shots ).

Holiday is over. Back to reality....I'll be doing my first of 3 graveyard shifts tonight. Salaam!

3 comments:

  1. may they be easy night shifts!


    Aloha from Waikiki

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  2. You have so many stars on the street.

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  3. Thanks Cloudia.
    @rainfield, lights are all over Al Ain these days because of the UAE National Day (Dec 2 and 3)

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