Hoping for less violence, less bloodshed and more understanding among us.
A beautiful sunset in Dubai. Announcing the arrival of winter in here.
It was created as early as the 13th century by damming the little Alster river and its even smaller feeder rivers. Its opulent grasslands on the edge of the bank offer plenty of opportunities to be close to the water, right in the middle of the city. Just kicking back on a blanket or a deckchair, jogging “all the way round the Alster”, taking a walk, playing frisbee and boules – the options are endless for you to enjoy this splendid green oasis on land. During some winters, you will even be able to make your way across the lake to the other bank without getting your feet wet. Naturally, the Alster is surrounded by cafés and restaurants where you can enjoy a meal or drink with a splendid view of the water.
Burj Khalifa reflecting the setting sun rays and making it look like a light house, the tallest in the world 🙂
A beautiful sunset in Dubai Desert creating a symphoney of golden light over the beautiful desert sand.
“When I admire the wonders of a sunset or the beauty of the moon, my soul expands in the worship of the creator” – Mahatma Gandhi
“Yesterday and tomorrow cross and mix on the skyline. The two are lost in a purple haze. One forgets, one waits.”
The cloudy sky telling us the story the imending rain or rain refuse to come down. Tall buildings made of steel, glass and cement. Standing all prepare to welcome to rain and casting its majestic reflection of the waterfront. This is Sharjah Skyline shot form Khan Corniche.
“The materials of city planning are: sky, space, trees, steel and cement; in that order and that hierarchy.” Le Corbusier