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From my trip to Dubai in 2005.
I wish I could see the desert some day. It's on my list. It looks amazingly evocative in your photo.
Not sure if I'd fancy going on a camel though.
Ooohh, breathtaking! How wonderful to have seen that yourself.
It looks breathtakingly peaceful such a long word for me lol.Happy WW! Emm
i have always dreamt of taking a pic like this.... you are sooo fortunate. how i envy you.felt serene.
Nice shot! :-)I am awaiting my UAE trip in December..yay!
I wish I had a camera back in the day, when I visited the desert between Israel and Egypt all those years ago, at least I have the memories...I wouldn't mind going back one day to camp out in a desert for a couple of nights. I think that would be an amazing experience.
Now that is just a gorgeous shot and is that someone on a horse in the background?
Astoundingly stunning, Emm!! :)Great colours and texture!B xx
Another really cool shot Emm.
wheenever i look at a desert pic i always suddenly feel thirsty!! beautiful shot though
Amazing how something so simple can be so beautiful.
@ fullet: I had always wanted to go to the desert too and I still want to visit the Mojave Desert and the Namib Desert in Namibia too.@ Ryan: They are incredibly easy to ride!!! Easier and more comfortable and sweeter than horses!@ Sheila: I know - it was amazing!! Definitely an experience I intend on repeating.@ Steve: It was peaceful and uplifting too in a way.@ Lily: I would certainly recommend stopping oer in Dubai if you are ever flying to Africa or Europe.@ Ash: Lovely! How ong are you going for and will you take photos for me?@ William: I agree. One of my blogging friends intends to stay over on a night safari and I am quite envious!! Pity about not having a camera.@ Karen: It is a camel!!!@ Betty: Thank you! I hadn't thought about texture before but now I will!@ Phoenix: And one of my very, very, very early ones!@ Tina: Ha ha!! Thank you!@ Lauren: Absolutely true. I love being out in nature!
I suspect that I can skip this film without missing much, but I appreciated your comments.
what a beautiful shot. The desert looks so pristine, as if nobody has walked on it.
@ Sharkbytes: Heh. Agreed... nothing beats real travel anyway!@ And Miles to Go: That is what I love most about deserts! They renew themselves every day!
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