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- Pictures (...that awe, amazed and stupefy me...)

34 comments:

truth seeker said...

those are really awesome pictures huda. i'm a scenery person as well, so those pictures you took, especially the sunset from your house, that's brilliant. oh and those pics of the mosques, that's fantastic. I can safely assume either you're a devout Muslim, or you admire their architecture, or you're both :)

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Well... I am all the three. I love nature, Islamic Architecture, and of course Islam. :)

truth seeker said...

heh. that picture of the sunset from your house, you live on high ground? or do you live in a place where there's no obstruction of any kind? (trees,buildings etc)

Huda Ba'haroon said...

I'm living on the 19th floor of an apartment, and the main window is facing the west. There are trees and buildings, but it didn't block my view of the sun...

truth seeker said...

No wonder. I live on the 12th floor. I can see the sun from my room but there are so many buildings around, it creates a "corridor", where I can see the sun set at the end of the "corridor", but its rays aren't projected out like yours. know what I mean?

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Yap. I got what u meant.
Even when I took the pic from my home, the roofs of some buildings were visible. So I focused on the end of the sun as much as I could, so that the roofs can't be seen.

Gangadhar said...

Hi first time here...nice blog...
And thanx for your greetings...
I feel you have interesting stuff to visit..I believe...
Come again later...

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Hi there... Thanks for typing in. Glad u like it. :)

truth seeker said...

Personally though, I find vast lands of green grass from bird's-eye view captured by a video camera to be really therapeutic. Green grass as in New Zealand's grass with cute sheep heh. Video is more real. So...maybe you can get on a helicopter and take a video? And post it in you blog for us to see :D

Huda Ba'haroon said...

We'll see when I get the chance to ride a helicopter...

truth seeker said...

heh. Well if you get the chance..No no, WHEN you get the chance, bring me along, yes? We'll make it a National Geographic special. Or in this case, a Huda special. :D

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Hehe... We'll see about it when the time WE get the chance.

truth seeker said...

What about next week? I know a SAF pilot who can sneak out a Chinook from the air base.

Huda Ba'haroon said...

U serious huh? That's a big risk !

Enter-Q8 said...

Nice blog % and nice photo

keep Up

truth seeker said...

Nah I was just kidding haha. I browsed through your pictures again, and you really took all of the pictures? As in personally? Even the Sun? :P

Huda Ba'haroon said...

I'm kidding too :p :p

Well, everything is taken by me personally, unless stated. But the Closest Pic To The Sun, nah ! No one would believe if I said I do that.

GuTo said...

Hi Huda, what interesting blog!!
Tell me, are those your realy eyes?!!!! ;-)

*** Os Veteranos ***

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Thanks :)

Nope. It's not my eyes. I'll put it there soon.

truth seeker said...

Well I would believe you! Hahaha. Wow so you travel a lot?

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Didn't have the chance to travel much. Just Malaysia, Indonesia, Saudi and recently Egypt.

truth seeker said...

Oh okay. The last time I flew on a plane was to America for a holiday a long time ago. The World Trade Centre was still standing at that time heh. No offense to the Americans of course. I've been to Turkey when I was a bit older and I loved the cold weather there. Their mosques are brilliant too. But I still think the Masjidil-Haram is still the most fascinating mosque.

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Exactly! It's the best mosque ever. Wish I could go there again. Been 10 years since my last visit...

Miguel said...

Thank you for kind visit to my blog!

A big portuguese kiss from "A Minha Matilde"

http://umsonhochamadomatilde.blogspot.com

PS: Excuse my bad english...

Huda Ba'haroon said...

U are very welcomed miguel.

PS: Your English is fine to me. :)

me said...

huda,
come & have a look of masjidil haram's pics in my blog. my hubby took it from his room at hilton makkah while performing umrah last month. i just love the pics. hope to be there one day.

p/s: u got nice blog!

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Will look at it now... :)

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Pradeep Chand said...

Hi huda,
You have an impressive network of blogs here. The pictures are great...what do you do? are you a pro photographer because it appears that you have a camera all the time.
and wow...you have used all the services in your blog. You may add a free service from feedburner.com to give RSS feed of your site.
Oh yeah...how did you get to my blog - Nepal Blog Discovery . I received a comment from you. Anyway, thanks for your response.

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Hehe... I am not a pro, but I love taking pics, especially when I'm out of my country.

I got to your blog from one of the services, but I can't remember which.

Anyway, I will try RSS feed thingy. Thanks.

Binu Joseph said...

Well Huda I dont have any blogs th e only blog i have is u, u can make out what i mean but.. I...

Milena said...

hi Huda from Italy... nice blog i hope you are happy ...
are you from Dubai?


milena italy

Huda Ba'haroon said...

Hi there. Nope, I'm from Singapore, but originate from Yemen.

Anonymous said...

Hi Huda...iam Maya from indonesia, its very nice blog and i take a lot inspired of this.i'd love read about the religious site.


Ps. Sorry My english is very bad