Desert Sundown Dubai, United Arab Emirates What makes the desert beautiful is that somewhere it hides a well. Antoine de Saint-Exupery Daily Post: Minimalist Share this:PrintTumblrPinterestMoreFacebookTwitterLinkedInLike this:Like Loading... Related
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Gorgeous! It’s art, no just a picture.
Thank you, Marilyn.
beautiful image accompanied by an equally beautiful quote!
I walked once in the desert for about two months, the words resonates deeply with my experience…. thanks for sharing!
The desert is an amazing place, Hanne. I envy you your 2 months there. We just spent one night.
It is, it was bizarre to realize, although I had never been in a desert before, I felt fully at home. Instantly. It is a time that has carved itself into my being and lives on in there.
Tish, this photo is simply gorgeous. I have a habit of each day going to the end of the Photo Challenge entries and working my way back up, looking at one entry from each line. Then when I have time I go back to see others. That’s why I got to yours nice and early today (although ti would be in my in-box, too.) Lovely way to start the day (although it’s really mid-morning here, but let’s have a little literary license.)
Have a marvelous weekend.
Thank you, Janet. Here’s wishing you a lovely weekend too.
I love desert, this is beautiful!
Wonderful image. Thank you.
I too love deserts, sometimes called puddings
Yes, I like puddings too 🙂
This is just stunning. My favorite of the ones I’ve looked at. Beautiful. I linked to it in my own post because I want people to see this!
Glad you liked it, Dawn and thanks for the link.
Oh, my…this is beautiful!
Well thank you, Leya.
I’ll just say Wow, with a capital W.
Gosh, Ark. Your alter ego should be blasé about deserts??. Any road up, thanks for the Wow. It is much appreciated.
What a terrific shot – that’s the kind of photo I’ve been wishing I had to submit for this challenge.
I’ve only just re-discovered my Dubai negatives, and so it was a lucky find. Also I bet you have some stunning image in your collection, maybe something you can crop in an unexpected way? 🙂
That’s true but everything I found featured sea, sand and sky and I’ve posted so many of them I couldn’t get motivated to post one. Maybe something different will turn up through the week.
Lovely photo and love the quote with it. Beautiful post Tish.
Thank you v. much, Tina. Just been looking at your splendid Botany Bay shot.
Amazing how “just” sand can create such a stunning image – perfectly minimalist!
It’s fascinating isn’t it? Always moving too.
Wow! What a sight! Just too beautiful for words Tish. 😀
I agree with Sonel, too beautiful for words!