Saturday, 12 November 2011

Random from Eidul Adhha, 2011

بسم الله الرحمن الرحيم
I realise that I never posted photographs of my own country, so here are some I took on this week of eid we celebrated...enjoy :)

Nizwa

We rarely get these heavy clouds, the weather was absolutely beautiful, and we enjoyed each day of it, it is getting hot again :)

Nizwa





BBQ time :)





part of souq (market)..



trying to grow basil :)

Muscat

at my parents house


wish you all a lovely week

10 comments:

MarieHarmony said...

Thank you for sharing these photos with us Moon, your place is beautiful. I always enjoy discovering new countries and cultures.
Have a lovely week-end! Stay well.

Stacey said...

MashAllah very nice pictures, looks like a beautiful place :)

Karima said...

What lovely photos you have, thanks for sharing.

MoOn said...

Marie,
Thank you so much for your sweet words, have a lovely day x

MoOn said...

Stacey, oman is beautiful , but it can be boiling hot that's the only disadvantage in my opinion :). Thank you dear x

MoOn said...

Karima, thank you fir passing by and for your comment xx

Sagittarian said...

Great pictures!:) Beautiful place!:) Thanks for sharing us!:) My first time here and I enjoy reading your blog, thank you!:)

Black Pearl said...

Salam
First time I visit your blog, Masha'Allah beautiful pictures. Very arabian/oman style =D , i love how the style is. Very simple but the decoration is ancient and the rounded shapes are very catchy..somehow I would like my house to be an islamic style, with those round windows, and curtains, hahaha...I've taken some pictures of my house too hehe...I live in cyprus, so its more greek style =D

and you are welcome any time to visit my blog: http://www.fun-to-blog.blogspot.com/

^.^

MoOn said...

Sagittarian,
Thank you so much for your sweet comment, glad you enjoyed the pictures,
love, moon

MoOn said...

Black pearl,
I am sure your house will look beautiful, I think the Greek style looks pretty and i imagine it mixed with the Islamic. I love Andalusian style which i plan to put into my future house one day.
thanks for your comment

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