Super moon is when the moon is closest to the earth and at full moon. It doesn’t happen very often, but on 10th August 2014 we had one. Normally I don’t really like playing with my camera at home, especially in the evening, but as… Read More
The relief above is a relic from Persepolis – a heritage from the old Achaemenid Empire in the old Iran/Persia. The relief actually tells about how big is the empire so that each of the representatives of its territory has a ‘duty’ to the great… Read More
When our bus took us to a dead end area in Kashan, after a long journey from Isfahan, I was apprehensive, as this could be just another stop for lunch. but then we were told that we were not stopping for a lunch break. We… Read More
From Westminster Bridge, looking toward the famous Westminster Tower I am not good in teaching photography, I don’t think I am a photographer at all, it’s only that I am an enthusiast in photography and the obsession of taking photograph as good as shown in… Read More
So, what’s it like to see the streets of Delhi? Well, I must say that Delhi is just like any other city in a developing country, dusty, polluted and chaotic. But don’t get me wrong, that is the fun of living in a big city,… Read More
I haven’t post any stories about my latest visit to India yet, but this is what I think one of my best photographs from India as the start of my India posts. The Reflection of the Taj Mahal
Actually I wanted to post this later on after my Yemen series of posts, but I can’t help it as the opportunity arises for the title Object on WordPress’ Weekly Photo Challenge. It is about my visit to Damien Hirst’s Exhibition in Doha, at the National Museum of Art. To be honest, I am not a museum person, but as it was Damien Hirst with his strange themes and odd points of view, we wanted to visit the exhibition to see what was going on for more than a month in Doha but went during the last few days of the exhibition.
What we found interesting was this big black dot object, he called it “A Dark Place”, big round black thing…. which my husband looked at in more detail.
What was more interesting to that was when my husband found out what the black object consisted of:
What is ‘window’? According to the Miriam-Webster dictionary, a definition of window is: “an opening especially in the wall of a building for admission of light and air that is usually closed by casements or sashes containing transparent material (as glass) and capable of being… Read More