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Sunday, July 26, 2015

BEAUTIFUL EGYPT













































10 comments:

  1. Beautiful pictures, I couldn't pick a favorite.

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    1. It's difficult to pick favorites but I always love the sunsets.

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  2. Incredible photography .... on all counts. :)

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    1. I had a lot more photos and it was hard to choose. I'll save them for a future post.

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  3. Beautiful pictures indeed. My favorite, as always, is the sculpture of Nefertiti --who was so appropriately named.

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    1. To me she looks so real and modern. Her dignity and beauty has never died.

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  4. No place on Earth quite like it. Egypt and it's wonders haunt our imagination, intrigue and delight. BEAUTIFUL photos you have put here today.My favorite pic is the the one of the man on the camel in front of the pyramids (sixth one down). To me it captures the essence of the place I would like to visit at the point in history I'd be most interested in. Where is a time travel machine when you need it?

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  5. That photo of the man with the camel reminds me of Texas during a dust storm. Egypt is extremely intriguing. When I find a time machine I'll let you know.

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  6. The one man (sheik?) in two of the pictures is absolutely beautiful. I actually thought he might be a woman in the close-up shot but he appears more masculine in the second photo.
    I got to see the King Tut traveling exhibit when it was in Seattle in the 70's. I so want to visit the museum in Cairo but am not brave enough to travel to Egypt during these troubled times.

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  7. It's definitely a tragedy that Egypt is in so much turmoil, since it's a place that I've always wanted to visit, too.

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